Petra Sella Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Wadi Musa
... Forth Road Bridge was one of the industrial seven wonders of the world! Geez a break! Nowadays you have the seven natural wonders, solar system wonders, industrial wonders, underwater wonders and different organisations giving their own version of the seven wonders; it all gets rather confusing.
As we all know there exists only one remaining wonder, The Great Pyramid of Giza. All others have long since expired. The other generally accepted list ...
... We hung around the Treasury for a while. The camels, horses, donkeys and carriages were already lined up although there were a few tourists milling around, no one seemed to be overly pestered.
Next we were in unchartered territory. Heading down the Street of Fašades we were soon at the Theatre, a Roman Style amphitheatre dug out of the rock and shaped as such for optimum acoustics. This was built to originally seat 3,000 people but was later extended ...
24 buses left QE this morning for the 2 hour drive to the town of Petra. The port city of Aqaba looked prosperous, but the countryside was utterly barren desert, with occasional small towns, scattered individual buildings and tents, all accompanied by small herds of sheep or goats. Mountainous land with curious dark streaks of rock through the brown granite. Isolated green areas of cultivation. Disappointingly, a verifiable sea of ...
... puffing away. Actually looks pretty relaxing and social :) But I was surprised when even our Petra tour guide (who is a radiographer in the hospital!) kept stopping to light up. We arrived at the small town of Wadi Musa stopping for a lovely photo stop before arriving at our hotel. The town is surrounded by amazing hills and rocky mountains of beautiful colours. Not that I have been to the Grand Canyon but I imagine it would be similar to this. And of ...
... destroyed by earthquakes, armies or just time. An intriguing place that conjures up thoughts of the crusaders as you walk the ancient halls, I half expect a knights templar to walk around the corner, but any such thoughts are cut short by people trying to impose themselves on us as guides, so we move on.
We follow the highlands, some patches of snow still clinging on to the ridges or areas of shade. Ten days ago we wouldn't have ...