Rae'd Hotel Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... I have no idea how they can actually find anything to eat. Rain - such as it is - comes in the winter and in torrents. The road passes many dried river beds and structures designed to prevent the road from flooding. Petra's real period of prosperity began in the first century BC, under the Nabataeans and later the Romans. The city continued to thrive until a devastating earthquake in 363 AD destroyed many of ...
Sailed into Aqaba to another fine warm day. We did the tour to Petra which archaeologists have ranked as the eighth wonder of the ancient world, it is one of the most famous attractions of Jordan. The city of Petra was abandoned and was completely lost to the west after the 14th century and rediscovered in 1812 by Johann Ludwing Burckhardt .It was a long day but at least the temperature was only 35 degrees and there was a breeze. Petra is ...
... of the landscape.
There's not much to describe in words, it's easier just to check out the photos. Make sure you check them out, there are some amazing photospheres of the desert! This is a real advert for Google+! :-)
A word about the locals - the Bedouin who greeted me at the gate were very pushy. Admittedly it was around closing time so I guess they wanted to close a deal for giving a tour the next day. I ...
... of the boat to step off of it. Well, lucky for me, this dive shop used aluminum tanks instead of the usual steel tanks, so walking down the beach was a breeze! Putting my flippers on in the water was a bit more of a challenge though. But overall, shore diving wasn't so bad, especially when the sites were so close, and especially because it was almost half the price of a boat dive. We decided to do 2 dives, and since it was our only day diving in the ...
... of instruments (even the bag pipes turned up at 1 pt) &, for some reason, the firing of weapons!! An evening that reminds you why you travel.
This hospitality we enjoyed was felt throughout the country. We were constantly welcomed to Jordan & the people are super friendly.
From Petra, we headed further south to safari in the stunning Wadi Rum desert & dive in the gorgeous Gulf of Aqaba. Some of the sea life included a friendly ...