The hotel market around the Dead Sea is a bit odd. There are two “sides” from which one can visit the historic sea – the Israeli and the Jordanian. The Israeli side appears to be a bit more built up with a few more hotel options that generally are priced at a higher rate than those located on the Jordanian side. This worked out quite well for my trip to Jordan as I was actually traveling with my partner and two friends and we were really hoping to make this jaunt through t
By far the most recognizable sightseeing destination in all of Jordan is Petra, so it goes without saying that we were looking to spend some time there on our way through the country. After a little debate amongst our group, we settled on two days to explore the historic abandoned 2000 year old city. When I travel I don’t necessarily need to stay at a recognizable, name-brand hotel. I’m perfectly comfortable staying in a hotel that has no affiliation to anything familiar as
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