Queen Ayola Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsQueen Ayola Hotel Madaba
The best place where i stayed in queen ayola hotel where i was enjoyed my time and food. In word the best place in Madaba is here because you'll never forget.
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then you have to get in
... a church, which notes the location from which God allowed Moses to view the Holy Land before he died. His unknown tomb is supposed to be somewhere nearby, too. I'd been there many times before, and when the weather cooperates, it affords clear vista views across the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea into Israel. In good conditions you can see the spires of Jerusalem. As we neared the airport, which sits considerable south of Amman, the winds had picked up and ...
... outside of Asia and the United States which uses CDMA technology, so we figured out that Anna was roaming on an Israeli network across the river. She proudly announced that she had four bars and reported back to her grandma that we were okay, but that she had just sold her mother for five camels. I don't think Jane was amused.
The greenhouses and farms ended quite abruptly, as we passed the only crossroads to the ...
... one-way alley to our hotel, which is a brand-new establishment, directly across the the Church of St. John the Baptist. We parked right in front of the hotel and were pleased to find a very friendly Egyptian man inside -- who wasted no time in telling me he was Coptic Christian -- who was waiting for us. He had been watching Lord of the Rings on the television, and was very eager to talk to us about the movie. Before ...