Valley Stars Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Valley Stars Inn Wadi Musa
Travel Blogs from Wadi Musa
... found on the ground. The woman bedouins mainly sell souvenirs. They lie down beneath shelter behind their stores, so you tend to walk right by them before a voice out of nowhere yells out, "happy hour! Duty free shopping! Cheap price!". It can be startling to hear this out of the blue. Camel, donkey and horse poop dot the trails in petra. It's a big mountainous site, probably 4-6km wide. It's the Jordanian government's most lucrative tourist destination and ...
... and the guy asks, "what, you are husband and wife?" with what I must admit was genuine surprise. Michael says "of course we are!" Standing up, my long skirt is almost soaked in sweat from where the guy had pressed himself against me, and I feel kind of sick, as I seize the opportunity to pull Michael's arm and rush down the steps in search of Wesam. Michael was angry and upset with himself for not realizing right away the kind of situation we were in. But really, ...
... Petra, and they think that only a small percent has been rediscovered so far. If you ever get a chance to visit Petra make sure you do. For Indiana Jones fans, this is apparently where they shot, "the last crusade". Back at the Valentine Inn, we ate a traditional Jordanian buffet feast for 5JD each, slept on the hardest bed in the world with the hardest pillow to match and the next day caught a bus back up to Amman to explore the capital and spend our last 2 days in this amazing ...
... closely, as I remember the checks. Without exception, though, each time we were pulled over, I'd roll down the window, say "hello" in Arabic, and then they'd ask from where we came; I'd answer "the United States," and they would reply "you are welcome," and wave us on.
At one point along this route, we crested a hill and encountered a herd of camels. Four or five of them were directly along the right side of the road, and there was no shepherd in sight. ...
... another imposing edifice carved from a cliff face, located up a climb of some eight hundred steps. By now it was getting pretty late in the day and most of the locals were heading home, there not being enough density of tourists to make it worthwhile to stick around. They just leave their goods and stalls where they are; the stuff sits there overnight, unmolested.
At the Monastery we had the place to ourselves, and enjoyed the ...