Valley Stars Inn
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of men and camels. Once inside, the Siq narrows to little more than 5 m in width, whereas the walls tower up hundreds of metres on either side. The floor, originally paved, is now largely covered with soft sand, although evidence of Nabataean construction can still be seen in some places. There are also noteworthy relics from Roman times: at the southern edge of the valley stands the 1st century AD theatre, carved almost entirely in the rock, which could hold more than ...
... we’ve seen, Petra is right up there. Petra - meaning stone in Greek - is the jewel in Jordan’s crown and most worthy of all the publicity it gets. We so enjoyed our two days trekking round the site. The sheer scale. The colours of the rocks changing from deep terracotta to shades of bright pink as the day progressed and the light or the weather changed. Ancient history set in the most wonderful landscape. Think Indiana Jones, think ...
... candles filled the space in front of the treasury and we were ushered to the steps in front of the building.I knew it was large but I was still in awe when I saw it. •Two local musicians played traditional instruments ,the first sang, accompanying himself on his single stringed violin ( he put me almost to sleep ) ,the other played a simple flute, very well,the notes hauntingly carried in the natural acoustics of this place.We were ...
... carved entrance giving way to the large internal area. Unfortunately you are no longer able to go inside so this had to be appreciated from outside.
The only issue and if we were to be honest let down is the amount of industry going on in front of it with locals trying to sell you everything form silver bracelets to camel rides, the overwhelming smell of animal excrement takes you breath away in a different way also. Being a UNESCO sight you would think that ...
... two hours to "play" in the castle. I would have gone nuts here as a kid! Nothing is cordoned off or locked up. You can run through tunnels and scramble up darkened stairways, sit in windows with your legs hanging over the massive fortifications, climb down trapped doors and cool off in dark dungeons. You could have the most wicked game of hide and seek in that castle! All the while there was a strong wind whistling through the windows and stone walls and whipping ...