Madaba Inn Hotel

Yarmouk Street, Madaba, 17110, Jordan | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $95.00
 

Travel Blogs from Madaba

Epic Israel June 19-20th

A travel blog entry by epicisrael

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... the Dead Sea. After a short hike, we cooled off in the waterfall at Ein Gedi. Next, we went down the road to the Ein Gedi Spa to float in the Dead Sea and enjoy the enriching mud baths. After returning to Jerusalem, we went to the Machane Yehuda market to see how Jerusalem prepares for Shabbat. It was fun and crowded, and the teens enjoyed mingling with Israelis.

To begin Shabbat, we all dressed ...

Rainshower in the Desert

A travel blog entry by nellieva

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... toilets (and showers...no one partook), there was no way to really get clean after the previous day's activities, but we resigned ourselves to this fate and simply got up and washed as best we could. Whatever electricity there had been the day before was exhausted from the solar generator, so we quietly congregated in the main tent for a subdued breakfast. Before 8:00am a LandCruiser (in equally as poor condition as our Jeep from the previous ...

At the Bottom of the Earth

A travel blog entry by nellieva

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... and rich Jordanians (of which there are a few). I was also surprised when we approached a permanent military barricade, at which they were performing vehicle and document checks -- albeit it, cursorily.

Our hotel was immediately beyond the checkpoint, at the northern-most tip of the Dead Sea. It was pure opulence from that moment forward, as we were pampered and spoiled. Our room had sprawling views over ...

There's a reason France isn't known for their cars

A travel blog entry by nellieva

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... of many, but I will admit to having some initial trepidation.

We were staying the majority-Christian town of Madaba, which is actually closer to Queen Alia Airport than the city of Amman. The GPS routed us cross country, which I'm sure was a little disconcerting to Anna and K, as we were driving down pitch-black roads in the apparent middle of nowhere. Here, too, I quickly remembered how Jordan places very high ...

Route 90, The Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering

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... so he felt he had somewhere safe to retreat to during his reign. They were then used by the Jewish rebellion as a last stronghold against the Romans, the Romans made eight camps surrounding Masada and when they eventually built a bridge and breached the defences they found everyone dead. The Jewish men had drawn lots and 10 men would be in charge of killing the men, women and children, until finally turning the sword on himself. It was epic standing atop these ruins ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Yarmouk Street, Madaba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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