Qaser Al-bint Hotel

Main St., Al-Shaheed Roundabout, Petra / Wadi Musa, 71810, Jordan
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  • Couples72
  • Solo75
  • Business100

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al Afandi Restaurant, Dec 2010al Afandi Restaurant, Dec 2010

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Forum Posts

a hair cut in Wadi Musa

by Pella57

BACKGROUND: I am flying from Sydney to Petra. I have 4 days in Petra doing some serious archaeological exploration. To balance this I have access to 4 star accommodation. I then relocate to a remote archaeological site with limited access to water and bathing facilities and washing my hair.
Can anybody recommend a hairdresser in Wadi Musa?

Re: a hair cut in Wadi Musa

by hawkhead

Not sure at what point your 4 star accommodation fits into the scheme of things but I would have thought there was probably a hairdresser at this type of accommodation. If so, the hotel will be able to suggest somewhere. Does your hair actually have to be "dressed"? I ask 'cos 4 star accommodation will surely include a shower.....

Re: a hair cut in Wadi Musa

by angiebabe

yes a 4 star hotel will have someone or know som=ewhere to recommend. If not go along to, as in my tips, my friends at Jordan Inspiration Tours to say hello and ask them who they would recommmend.

Re: a hair cut in Wadi Musa

by Odinnthor

I am sure you have considered this, but since you are going out on a dig for a while in the Jordan heat, I would have thought that a simple (but stylish) short haircut before departure would be the thing to do, in order to have an easy time caring for it. Sure would be better in the heat as well. It will grow back you know......d:o)

Re: a hair cut in Wadi Musa

by onfoot

The town in Wadi Moussa has many hair dressers. A friend of mine had a hair cut at one of the local places just on the restaurant's round about (you'll know what I mean when you're there)
Enjoy :)

Travel Tips for Petra

A good Jordan tour company - a tour or selfdrive?

by angiebabe

For assistance with anything to do with Petra or Jordan I now recommend and advertise the reliability and enthusiasm of Sami and Adeeb at Jordan Inspiration Tours - if youre the go-by-tour person, want a driver guide or want a car and hotels to self-drive then these guys can help happily with all that.

www.jitours.com An awesome experience!! Its easier to get to Jordan, and travel around Jordan, than I imagined and the amazing carved out of and into rocks Rock city of Petra is an amazing must-see - truly a wonder of the world!

Enjoy every single step and look into Petra

by Tayra2

If you plan to visit Petra, be sure you wake up realy early in the morning. The best solution would be if you can spend more then one day there but if you decide to spend just one day then prepear yourself of hours and hours walking and filming. Don?t miss any part of this such great and beautiful place. My best memory? In general, everything!!! But the moment when you finish your walk through the Siq and sudenly you are standing there and watching Petra in all her or his? beauty. This moment it?s impossible to describe, you must feel it. I, for sure will never forget it.

The 8th wonder

by call_me_rhia

Petra is really the 8th wonder of the old world.. and it has survied. It's located in the south of Jordan, and you can access this magical site by walking through a long and mysterious siq. Petra and Beida, is little sister. It was built by the Nabatean people. Built is actually not the correct word, as it was actually carved into the sandstone mountains that are typical of the area. learning how skillful and clever the nabateans were: they used to just carve a line of rock and then place pieces of wood in it - then poured water on the wood. As the wood expanded it used to break the soft sandstone, so that they did not have to carve the entire buildings and tombs by hand

A welcome sight

by tim07

After the long hot climb to the Monastery it is such a welcome sight to see a drinks stall opposite. The drinks stall is set in a cave with seating & a covered area infront of it. You can sit in the shade & take in the view of the Monastery.

Mountains

by antistar

The landscape of Petra is amazing, and especially so as you get to the top of the rocks and start looking down onto the mountains and valleys to the rear of the city. It looks like you are staring out into a vast, untouched, unexplored region. And a not that many years ago, it was.

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