Marriott Petra Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarriott Petra Hotel Wadi Musa
Even though this property is 5km from the actual entrance to Petra, I would highly recommend staying here. They have scheduled shuttle service in the morning to take you to the entrance and it is easy to get a cab back in the evening. The views from here at sunset are breathtaking, and of course, as one would expect with a Marriott property, the service was excellent and staff were very friendly.
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Somewhere near the top of the 1000 step climb to the Petra monastery, it hits you for the 10th or 11th time- this is an entire city carved by the hand of a civilization that disappeared nearly 2000 years ago from the *********e walls of the south Jordan canyons. Petra is a wonder that must be experienced to truly believe. The visit itself can be an …
We were up early and ate a nice big breakfast to prepare for a very big day.
Today we spent walking, climbing, and riding throughout the Petra area. Oh my goodness, there are too many things to see and write about, so go read about it from somebody who has already written complete works on the place, the home (and craftsmanship) of the …
... a lot of propaganda promoting how brilliant the Nabataeans were. Bedouin children act as donkey guides and pester you. Can't help thinking that in a normal developed country, you'd install trams and buses, but in Jordan they need employment, so these bedouins live off tourists. Sometimes seems like the only words these kids know are "dinar" (Jordanian currency), dollar, biscuit and chocolate. We had two kids pester us for a "biscuit" while we were eating pita ...
... Petra. So we did!
We hoofed it in beating sun and cooling shade, through the flats and up to the heights, over donkey poo and into countless caves/rooms, to the edge of cliffs and into 2000 year old monuments. A special and surreal moment was resting and having lunch by ourselves for over an hour inside the famous Monastery at the "top" ...