- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... as good as any we might find in a guide book or online, so we took his advice and booked to travel the old Kings Way.
Jehad picked us up at 8am and we headed south out of Madaba. The countryside was much like what we had seen yesterday, green rolling landscapes. As it's a Saturday (equivalent to our Sunday) families were once again out and about. It didn't take too long however for the scenery to change. We reached Wadi Mujib, ...
We experienced a day of living by faith each step of the day today. Our tour of southern Israel and Jordan was organized by a Christian tour company in the U.S. There were three ground transports, a flight, and a lot of other steps, tours, and a border crossing into Jordan, and all the logistics were planned by the tour company. Each step of the way the people we needed to guide us were ready and very friendly. We didn't even have the plane tickets when we left the ...
... again uphill, the old thighs were saying stop, stop, what’s going on. In fact, it was a Noom record with 29,500 steps in one day. We finally arrived back at Saba and after a quick bite to eat of spit roasted chicken and rice in a nearby none too salubrious cafe, we then hit the communal lounge area of Saba to access WiFi and start the search for accommodation and location after Petra. Yes, we sure were the oldest swingers in Saba as the ...
... Colonnaded Street. It was then up further to see the well preserved mosaics inside the Blue Church (they certainly used to love blue).Lastly it was a trip to the largest excavated area of the Royal Tombs which cover about 200m of sandstone rock face and vary in both size and magnificence.After all this we were completely exhausted, having drank about nearly 8L of water and covering a total of 20kms by the time we trudged back to our hotel.
We once again took ...
... carved out of sandstone rock. Several movies have been filmed here, including an Indiana jones film and one of the transformer movies. It's quite impressive to explore huge rooms and structures cut out of rock, wondering how on earth they managed to do this. Though sandstone is a soft rock, these rooms are cavernous and big enough to fit a truck. The city also had little/no natural water source, so they had an intricate drainage system to gather and pipe ...