Petra Sella Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Petra Sella Hotel Wadi Musa
Travel Blogs from Wadi Musa
... didn’t want anyone collapsing on his watch!!
Only 20 or so steps from the top I noticed spots of, what looked like blood. I checked my body to make sure I wasn’t leaking!! Phew! It was someone else blood!! So someone actually sweated blood to get to the summit. That I can believe. And then there it was, the opening I had been yearning for. I could almost cry. The new slogan should read: ‘Blood, Sweat & Tears’ Come to Petra ...
... these mountains is the amazing Petra! We arrived at the Petra Palace Hotel, quickly checked in our cases and drove down to the Petra entrance. The next day Shardi explained that after he dropped us off he saw a couple of gypsies/bedouins conning a couple of tourists (from the American embassy no less! At least it was an embassy car they were in) into buying a ticket from them out on the road before they entered. Shardi wasn't sure what to do so called ...
... to make this trip, deep snow covered the area and closed the road. Now the temperature is up in the mid twenties, its amazing how quickly the weather has changed, and that in the heat any snow remains at all.
We drop into, and drive back up out of Wadi Husa, the second epic canyon before reaching another fortress built by the crusaders at Shobak. Here we don't have anyone try to be our guide, just someone who offers to dress us up ...
... smaller than the state of Indiana. Movenpick Hotel is kind of a dump. Apparently the reason it is chosen is because it is across the street from Petra. It's impossible to tell though as we arrived long after dark. Ordered room service for dinner as we're too pooped to dress and go forage for food. Our word for the day: Shoukaran means Thank you in Arabic Hotel: Movenpick Resort Gift: Dead Sea Bath Set $ 1 US Dollar = .70 Jordanian Dinar ...
... stabling hand - the rather aging Rambling Group members got a little huffy and declined, but I gladly accepted and paid her a few dirham for the favour. We followed the leader, leader, leader - for a brief time - and then the three of us went our own way again cos that’s how we roll, averse to being embroiled in large tour groups. We climbed real high and enjoyed the most amazing scenery again as well as spotting herds of mountain goats, ...