Tobya Boutique Hotel

Address: Km 2, Taba International Road, Taba, Red Sea and Sinai, Egypt | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Km 2, Taba International Road, Taba, is near Temple of Kom Ombo, Red Sea Water World Taba Heights, Temple of Horus, and Castle Zaman.
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      Camels at Sunrise

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 02, 2014

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      ... 600AD when Mohammed offered an alliance with the Christians living in the region, and everybody lived in harmony in the town which was then called Ayla. We explored the ruins near the sea shore, in what was a very modest sized settlement - about the size of a football field, and a major stopping point for pilgrims going to Mecca.

      We then saw the second main cultural influence at the Aqaba Castle, again in ruins, which was where the Hashemite's established their city just around ...

      Amazing Places

      A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 19, 2013

      8 comments, 7 photos

      ... by my arch enemy's,from today onwards..I was appalled along with others...taking the obese two and fro..not a thing you can do.!! Excepting them,it was a magical place beyond belief... Very hot by now, as we began the steady climb back,had the umbrella some of the time,but we managed well with a few stops along the way for water and wipes...elated we made it..Has fascinated since Cetrece visited many years ago,and had wonderful photos,and descriptions,and ...

      Day 20 - Off to Aqaba

      A travel blog entry by antonmarsh on Oct 20, 2012

      ... what you need to do next. That said it was not a real hassle at all and went quickly. From our hotel in Jerusalem to leaving the arrivals hall in Jordan took around 2hours. The Jordanians seem to be a very helpful bunch of people. We have had a couple of instances that they have helped out just to help, which is always great. We had an Australian travelling angel help us find a cheap local bus to get ...

      We're in Jordan

      A travel blog entry by leone_and_mike on Oct 13, 2011

      14 photos

      ... men who were being bussed to the ferry, but were told to sit separately. About 5 busloads left before they told us to get on the bus. And what a bus! The steps at the back were terrible, the bottom ones pretty much broken. Try climbing that with a huge backpack and a daypack as well. Arrived at the ferry and had to leave out bags on the bottom level where the cars and trucks go. Wasn’t sure that was a good idea but I don’t think we ...


      A travel blog entry by ospry on Apr 03, 2011

      5 photos

      ... 8220;Treasury,” the fašade of which is cut into the rock. Its purpose is unclear but most think it is a temple. And this is just the beginning of the many things to see at Petra. The Monastery is an even larger building than the Treasury. Our formal tour ended here.

      Some of our group headed back. Five others departed for a hike to the Monastery which was several ...