Isrotel Royal Garden
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the Wadi Hassa – an area in the Jordanian Dessert that follows the 'Dead Sea Rift’ – a river running through a breathtaking canyon with landscape changing from arid desert to 100m huge canyon cliffs with stunning rock formations, desert oases with tropical bush, natural hot springs and fresh cold water springs. It was one of the most stunning and unique walks either of us have ever done.
The walk itself was ...
... We met our guide's wife, Racha (sp?) at dinner tonight which was great as again, it's amazing how quickly we can form bonds with people and always so nice to meet their families. Especially after they've spent so much time with yours. Fortunately we don't have to say our goodbyes until Wednesday as David is taking a couple of days off and staying in the same hotel we are. Now it's early to bed, we leave at 6:40 AM for our day in Petra in Jordan ...
... from desert,stunning , the most spectacular desert scenery in the world,Wadi Rum,such a surprise,reminded us ,on a much larger scale of Sedona in the U.S. a little..We climbed up very high , ever changing views of all kinds of mountains,Bedouin pastures,it is their time of summer harvest,so busy on the land,barley,wheat, potatoes all kinds of things,nothing is wasted,the animals feed on the remains, almost always tending the woolly goats,are the women in ...
Okay, this is our last day on the ship. We wake up late and call for coffee. I decided to get a massage this morning to spend the remainder of our on board credit. After my massage, before we start packing, we decide to head ashore into Eilat. This is a resort town with a lovely beach and promenade. We learn there is a bus to take us from the port to the promenade area. We head to the port building and learn we need to ...
... border to Amman. She has lived in Bethlehem for the last 16 years and so can talk the talk and knows the local tricks of getting around. From Amman, we took a 4 1/2 hour bus trip to Aqaba. Tickets cost 8 JD or R100 each, very reasonable and in a very respectable bus. Jordanian transport seems to be cheap, even the Taxis are very reasonable. So after arriving at the Aqaba bus station, we found our hotel ...