Sharah Mountains Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... down town. There isn't too much to do in the main town apart from barbers left and right, a few bakeries, and lots of men having a tea or a smoke outside looking at female foreigners, and a snooker place managed by teenagers where we had a game.
So Petra by night was magical, walking under stars towards Petra and then listening to traditional flute and rababah music (kind of violin with one string - very enchanting!) in front of the Treasury..
At the end of the ...
... as the eighth Wonder of the ancient World, a truly justifiable claim in many peoples' eyes if not only for the 'how on earth did they do that’ factor!!
The fee for adults is 50JD. The pricing policy gets complicated depending if you are staying at least 1 night in Jordan or have come direct from one of the land borders with Israel. You are required to provide your passport to prove you have the tourist visa and qualify for the cheaper entrance fee. ...
... up a hill!) ‘At top, Seven Wonders Hotel’ Thanking him profusely I shook his hand and said ‘Shokran’ before dashing off and conveying my news to Roisin. This was the only route we had not taken as it looked to be heading in completely the wrong direction. It was 11:40.
Nissan Micras are not renowned for their hill climbing and in 2nd gear our hire car was labouring as it strived to creep ‘upstairs’!! ...
... loved a second day at Petra...there was so much more to see with it covering around 200sq kms. It made me think about my Megan, just completing the 100km Oxfam walk - boy I have a lot of admiration for her and am a very proud mum.
Despite the Nabateans success, the town and people's wealth began to diminish due to the changing of the trade routes and the lack of interest in Frankinsence (due to the introduction of the Christian faith). And of course ...
Of all the countries we've been to, Jordan is probably the one I know least about. There are two things I know about Jordan, firstly, that it is home to the ancient city of Petra. I know this from the Indiana Jones movies! Secondly, it is home to the Dead Sea, this I know from watching the likes of Michael Palin on TV (and from looking at an atlas!). Otherwise my knowledge of Jordan is pretty limited.
This probably reflects badly on ...