Shaharut Inn

Address: Shaharut, Hevel Eilot, Israel | Lodge
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A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Nov 02, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

¡Qué día tan impresionante en Petra! Salimos temprano hacia la frontera de Israel con Jordania y cruzamos los puntos de control con nuestros pasaportes sin mucho problema. A diferencia de cuando en la noche entramos de vuelta a Israel. Aunque esta vez no nos detuvieron por una hora, sí pasamos unos largos 10 minutos respondiendo preguntas. En contraste con las otras personas que no tardaban ni un minuto. Pero en realidad todos los que ...

Petra simply stunning

A travel blog entry by kinchinfosters on Nov 02, 2014

6 photos

... how they managed to do that who knows! We then in a moment of madness decided to climb up to the sacrificial high point about half hour and three near heart attacks later we got to the top - breathtaking. If you want beer go to the Petra palace hotel they don't add 26 percent tax on beers. If u wanna get hammered 5 JOD for a Petra beer it's 8 percent hic! Tomorrow we are going to do the tombs and maybe the monastery or may leave that til ...

1/7 Wonders of the World

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Oct 30, 2014

25 photos

... girls showing up, but I just crossed my fingers and hoped we'd stop by another station on the way out of the city. Thankfully, we did, and the girls were waiting for us there. The group was reunited.

The 3.5 hour ride down to Petra was pretty uneventful. I personally snoozed almost the entire way there since I had been up until almost 2am the night before working on pictures and the last blog post. We stopped off at a midway station for a 25 minute ...


A travel blog entry by nicky7a on Oct 24, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... protected from the elements so has survived the last 2100 years, but the rest of the site is also great to see... and bedouins lived in it until only 30 years ago... all the houses made of sandstone crumbled during an earthquake in the year 700 (and something), but the tombs built into the rock have survived intact... now that Petra is a UNESCO heritage site, no more excavation or pillaging will be allowed... excellent there is some ...

Jordan: petra

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 11, 2014

37 photos

... they were conquered by the Romans (Trajan) a few hundred years after Christ. They thrived on trade, specifically caravan trade connecting the port city of gaza to the interior of the Middle East. After two earthquakes and a decline in trade, the city disappeared till it was rediscovered in the 19th century by europeans. They left behind no literature or other remnants side from their ruins and some scant archeological remains. Petra is unique since its ruins ...