Peace Way Hotel

Address: Tourist Street, Wadi Musa, Jordan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Tourist Street, Wadi Musa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Wadi Musa

1/7 Wonders of the World

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Oct 30, 2014

25 photos

... and offered to buy her sunglasses. Before his spiel was over, he had complimented her on her three hearts (two of which were the shape of the lenses of her sunglasses), offered her four other sunglasses in return, and then capped it off with a proposal of a camel to boot. We all had a good laugh after we had walked off.

On the way to the Monastery, a mule driver passed us and offered Kailey a ride up to the top of the Monastery for a small fee. The ...

Day Twelve -Tuesday

A travel blog entry by melodyanne on Oct 28, 2014

•After breakfast our guide met us in the lobby and we walked down to the Petra Visitor Centre,from here we would need to walk 4 kms to our lunch stop.Those in our group who felt they couldn't walk this distance could hire a carriage (donkey drawn buggy )they would wait for us at the Treasury building,which is 2kms away. •Petra was a city cut into the rock by the Nabateans,established as early as 312BC, it was their capital ...

Petra!

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 06, 2014

45 photos

... trying to sell us everything from over priced candy to dead sea mud masks. After this stop we had about another hour to travel which was great as it gave our guide time to give us some history about the many different inhabitants of Petra and how important the area has been over the course of middle eastern history.When we finally arrived we were given the opportunity to jump out of the bus above the valley and take in just how large it is. Previously thinking that ...

Petra!

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 19, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... at him like he had two heads. She repeated the question and he said none again. Then she asked "parent's religion" which resulted in the same response "none." Eventually he gave up and said "Christian" and that was sufficient. We then moved on through to actually cross the boarder.

At the gate, another man checked our passports again, checked the exit document we were given and scanned our payment card for the exit tax. Then we walked across to ...

Petra, the 'Rose City'

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Jun 06, 2014

87 photos

... descent from the car park. It involves walking through a narrow gorge - at times just wide enough for a single caravan. During it's peak, our guide told us the population of the city was about 40k and the busiest trading post.

The "Nabataeans" (an ancient Semitic people who inhabited northern Arabia and Southern Levant) carved out this incredible 'Rose City' (due to the colour of the stone out of which it ...