Petra Panorama Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPetra Panorama Hotel Wadi Musa
This is a 4 star hotel built down a cliffside opposite the red rocks of Petra. The view is magnificent and the rooms very comfortable. It also has Internet acces by WiFi in the lobby for only $5 for your entire stay. Thoe only drawback is that we have half board. The buffet dinner last night was very ordinary and the breakfast was OK but nothing special.
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... monument that faces on to an open terrace fronted by a double row of vaults. A colonnaded cloister runs along the northern side of the terrace. The elaborate facade fronts a single, unadorned room. The walls are smooth, the interior corners exact. The only decoration to be seen at present comes from the beautiful whorls of different-coloured sandstone in the walls, ceiling and floor of the chamber. The Corinthian Tomb, a smaller version of the Khazneh, is followed by the ...
... especially the girls. At first it was funny as they all crowded around and passed phones back and forth, but after several encounters the girls were done and we started shooing them away. I laughed really hard and took tons of pictures.
The hike up to the monastery took longer than I expected, but an hour and a half later, we found it. It's humongous! Bill had told us about a way to climb up to the top of it, but warned us repeatedly not to die trying. ...
... for the rich,called the street of Façades.Nearby is a theatre that looks Roman but is Nabataean,built in the 1st century AD, when the Roman influence in the near east was expansive. •Walking along ,on a ridge above us were three impressive buildings,Royal Tombs which once rivalled Al-Khazneh in beauty and grandeur, before erosion took its toll.The largest is the Urn Tomb,the Palace Tomb because it has the appearance of a ...
... regrouping for our first taste of the ancient city.
The entry to Petra itself starts with a walk down a hill of about 800m, included in the entry is the ability to forego this walk and take a horse ride. However at the request of Intrepid we were asked to decline this in an attempt to encourage the locals to treat the animals better and considering some of the punishment dealt out to the donkeys, horses and camels we saw over the next few days we sincerely ...
... his first glimpse of the promised land. Standing at the top, we could just make out Jericho and the outer limits of Jerusalem; they seemed peaceful enough, shrouded in a sandy haze. But Wesam tells us otherwise. "last night, " he says, "was crazy until 5:00 in the morning. Ten rockets to Tel Aviv and one landed very close by in a field. And Jerusalem was 'shut down.' Forget BBC and Al Jazeera," he says, "We get our news from other sources. Things the media ...