Sharah Mountains Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the next couple of nights. The guy on reception recommends a place we should try for something to eat. Neither of us has much experience of eating middle eastern cuisine so wasn't too sure what to expect. I had falafel and soup, Kristy has Shawarma, both meals are very, very filling. There seems to be an endless supply of flat bread, but our stomachs can't take anymore so we have to leave some and retreat for the night to let our tummies ...
... up on some reading plus let’s be honest, we couldn’t wait to leave Athens and what had become a rather cold grim last 3 days so waiting in an airport lounge was just fine. Our flight landed in Amman at 2.45 am…...it had been a long day but we swiftly got through luggage collection/passport control and our pre-booked taxi driver was reassuringly waiting to whisk us to our abode for the next two nights, Villa Dia, a small ...
... we said or goodbyes and will now head to a Marriott we saw as we were driving into town to get massages... aaahhhhaaa if ever you want to see something awesome, you should come to Petra... the pictures (mine or the professional shots) just don't do it justice... or guide took us into a temple that had great acoustics and sang an Arabic song for us, it was really special... the familiar pictures of the Petra site are of just 1 tomb ...
... honour of Marcus Agrippa during the Roman period. From the very entrance as well you start to appreciate the engineering skills of the inhabitants who created a sophisticated guttering system to flow water from the dams at the top of the Siq all the way through it.Continuing through the gorge and admiring the various colours and patterns in the rock we also saw plenty more stone carvings and monuments.
Hyah, hyah, watch out a horse and carriage coming ...
... is about 102 shekels per person. You have to pay this to leave the country into another by land, a fee we didn't know about until after we had booked all of our tickets. At the cashier, we also exchanged all of our shekels into Jordanian Dinar.
Next stop was a passport check. Here they made sure that you paid your exit tax and prepared some other documents. They also asked us what our religion was. Logan answered "none" and the woman at the ...