Queen Ayola Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQueen Ayola Hotel Madaba
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... their huge, beautifully landscaped infinity pool. By then it was getting dark. The walk to the pool led through gorgeous tropical greenery and an "Arab Village" section of the hotel, designed to look like an idealized traditional village.
Back at the hotel, we joined many in our group in the bar and then went to our buffet dinner, which was decidedly superior to those at previous hotels. And so to bed, looking forward to our last day.
... toward them they purposely moved further in to the road. As we slowed down they banged the bonnet and tried to grab the door handles. My mum warned us not to wander off the beaten track!! Mother is always right!! At this point in time we think our track was well and truly beaten!!
Panic over we found our way to the Desert Highway without further incident. Fuel gauge nearing the red, we stopped at the next gas station to fill the tank up. A full tank ...
... and warm, which is helpful when you get smothered in mud and need to dry it out before heading into the water to wash it off. This sea is almost ten times as salty as the ocean. It really stings if you get the water in your eyes and the taste is foul. Any mucous membranes sting and tingle. Israel and Jericho are soooo close! Mike was floating away, I thought he was going to end up in Jericho! The level of the Dead Sea continues to drop by about a metre per year. ...
... was constructed on top of an original circular Roman temple which now formed part of two crypts below the church. We then visited the Church of John the Baptist which included walking through roman tunnels 20' below the church where the shrine to the beheading of John the Baptist was displayed to a climb up the church bell tower which provided grand views over the entire city. John the Baptist is intertwined in the ...
... impressive to say the least with some mosaics alone taking 10-12 months to create.
Unfortunately being on a budget and travelling only with a backpack meant that we would not be buying.
After the mosaic school we headed for our hotel in Madaba where we arrived sometime after dark. Feeling totally wrecked from our long day it was enough to check in and get some shawarma sandwiches in the room for dinner before falling into a deep and very necessary sleep.