Shaharut Inn

Address: Shaharut, Hevel Eilot, Israel | Lodge
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    An evening by candlelight

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Apr 06, 2015

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    ... to the B&B until mid afternoon, and are not going to "Petra" until evening, to go by candle light. Of course Ron doesn't "do" lazing, so we were soon chivvied along, and ended up arriving at our B&B at 11.45. Luckily that was alright with Patricia. There was a bit of discussion as to whether to get a day pass to the Movenpick hotel, so we could lie around the pool, however, what actually happened was that Emma and Ron had ...

    A four hour drive to the sun and sea

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Apr 04, 2015

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    ... of the previous nights dinner at Ararat and some fruit. We literally pulled over to the side of the road, Ron wandered off to stand behind a rock, and Emma and I (with the engine still running so the aircon was on) sorted out our lunch. It was a nice we break. Then it was off again. The second part of the journey didn't seem as long, and we were soon at a customs stop, where we had to show our passports, but that was all. Then straight into town and to ...


    A travel blog entry by annmennen on Apr 02, 2015

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    ... for a middle eastern country (no oil!), the royal family believed education was vital. The standard of living is much higher here than many other countries which do not have compulsory education. There is a definite link there. On arriving at the town of Petra and we drove straight through to visit Little Petra. It was wonderful and got our mouths watering for our visit to Petra the next day. Little Petra is a great archeological site and is worth a ...


    A travel blog entry by tishnandrew on Mar 28, 2015

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    ... between the east and west. The Nabatean people were known for their ability to manage water in an extremely dry environment and they sustained a population of 20,000 people for around 300 years by an intricate water supply system sourced be Moses Spring. All of the buildings apart from the temples are carved into sandstone and the magnitude of some of the tombs is amazing. While the tomb facades are impressive it must ...

    Petra (or boat shoes were a terrible idea)

    A travel blog entry by jsharp9012 on Nov 14, 2014

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    ... the Monastery. In my opinion, the Monastery, standing 50 meters tall by 42 meters wide with views of the entire canyon system and the surrounding Jordanian desert, is the true crown jewel of Petra.  We left Petra the same way we came, through 6 miles of canyon hiking, albeit downhill. After a quick lunch, we hopped in our Nissan hatchback and set off for the Dead Sea on an easy, 3.5 hour coastal highway. Or so ...