Petra Sun Set Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... tall at almost 40m high and 25m wide - how on earth did they manage to carve such wonderful buildings of huge heights into the rock? We continued to walk through the complex, admiring the wonderful rocks and buildings - and I must say, rather admiring the handsome Bedouins. As an Essex girl may say ‘ooh he’s fit’, with their sexy eyes enhanced further with black eyeliner - think Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean - ...
... 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 ...
... up the steep stairs to the Monastery.This building although not nearly as famed is actually larger than the Treasury but less ornate, it is also not nearly as busy due to its location.Spending about 30 minutes here we rehydrated and refuelled before subjecting our knees to the decent, at the bottom we were all pretty tired but still had a more sights to see.
First up was another hill, albeit not nearly as steep or high. This gave a view across to the Grand ...
... happened, and nothing worse would have happened, and what did happen happened so quickly neither of us could have done anything to prevent it, short of being rude. He asked me why I didn't say anything when the guy started getting too close. I honestly couldn't answer. When you are out of your own cultural milieu, something happens to your reason. Relativity and rationality are skewed, and your regular reflexes seem somehow out of place. Had this happened at home, ...
... at 4pm, exhausted. There just isn't enough time to explore everything in one day, or two.
For more than 2000 years, the name Petra was just a mysterious sound, a name in dusty documents. Only the local Bedouin people knew of its existence, because they lived in its caves. Converted to Islam and disguised as an Arab, Swiss traveler Johann Ludwig Burckhardt found the lost city in 1812.
Past the housing ...