Valley Stars Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 8217;. This is one of the most popular instruments in Arabic music. Its name derives from the Arabic for 'a thin strip of wood', and this refers to the strips of wood used to make its rounded body. It has a similar appearance to a medieval lute however, unlike a lute, the neck of the oud has no frets and this contributes to its unique sound. It also allows playing notes in any intonation, which makes it ideal for performing the distinctive Arabic music.
... 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’!! ...
... was in fact built to be a royal tomb but was later renamed the treasury by the Swiss explorer Johann Ludwing Burckhardt who rediscovered it in 1812. Apparently 13 bodies were found beneath, one of which was around a 16yr old male who was believed to be the king. The Nabateans were obviously very gifted people whose origins were from the Arabian Peninsula before settling in Jordan around 2200 years ago. Their travels and experiences previously had exposed them ...
... of the road wasn't the safest place for him, so I got out, as I approached he retreated into his shell, when I pick him up his head and legs pop back out and starts trying to run (or walk a little faster). I place him on the otherside side of the road he was trying to cross, and when we see that he is walking away from the road safely we continue our journey.
As we travel south the terrain becomes increasingly arid, the ...
... of Jordan. It was fun taking photos of the sandstone mountains at sunset as they turned red. Apparently that effect even causes their reflection to make the nearby Red Sea turn red--hence the name. As we got further north and higher in elevation we saw the remnants of the snow they got last week while we got it in Jerusalem. Finally we arrived at our hotel near Petra. It's built from an old stone village, and is beautiful! Can't wait to take pictures of it in the ...