Petra Sella Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
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... Silk Tomb), named from the extraordinary chromatic effect of the rock. Some distance away from the Royal Tombs, to the north, there is a tomb built in 130 for the Roman governor of the city under Hadrian, Sextius Florentinus. The Khazneh el Faroun, or the Treasury of the Pharaoh, is an imposing facade standing some 40 m tall, cut directly from the rock of the mountainside. On the lower floor is a portico with six columns, crowned by floral capitals and surmounted by a fronton; ...
... just about to climb up when some guy at the top yelled down to us long enough that it "was dangerous" that we gave up in order to avoid making a scene. Instead, we hiked past the monastery and found the peak of the Petra mountains. From the top, we could see out to the Promised Land and back toward the main valley of Petra (although we couldn't quite see the valley since the path curved). It was a spectacular view and aside from David almost tripping off the ...
... the Sextius Florentinus Tomb which was built for the Roman governor of Arabia who wanted to be buried in Petra.( according to the Latin inscription over the doorway.) •Reached our lunch stop at a place called the Basin, walking through a Colonnaded street which led through the city centre,flanked by temples,public buildings and shops,the marble pavement still partly visible.Only 15% of the city has been excavated,85% remains ...
... works.With the rides declined we started our meander down and immediately got a glimpse at what was to come with numerous caves, tombs and fašades carved into the sandstone about us, Mohammed gave us descriptions of what each of these were and then an understanding of what the carvings meant.At the bottom of the hill we came to the entrance of the Siq which is the narrow gorge that most would have seen photos from, the entrance is marked by the remains of a Roman arch ...
... I don't know what those sources are, but I do know we were watching live coverage from Tel Aviv on BBC last night, and the reporter was just in the middle of telling us about how things were more or less business as usual, when the wail of an air raid siren cut him off mid-sentence and he and the camera man scrambled for shelter, effectively cutting off the report. Things aren't looking promising for our trip to Israel... Anyway, after our visit to Nebo and Madaba, ...