Travel Blogs from Jerash, Jordan

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Jerash, Um Qais, and Amman (again) - All in a Day!, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Jerash, Um Qais, and Amman (again) - All in a Day!

A travel blog entry by shadocg

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... , but nothing caught her eye at that point so we continued to the ticket office. Looking in my Lonely Planet(TM) Jordan guidebook, I saw that admission to Jerash was only JD 2.500. Wow, pretty cheap. As we came up to the entrance, I saw how things had ...

A day off and off to Jerash, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

A day off and off to Jerash

A travel blog entry by kcroone

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... and then lunch was in order. Matt's choice? Subway! So off to Abdoun we go. We got it to go and left for Jerash. Jerash is another one of those places that I don't get tired of going to! The parking lot was full of busses and taxis and I was ...

The Ancient Ruins of Jerash, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

The Ancient Ruins of Jerash

A travel blog entry by philiphannis

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Today I rented a car and drove the crew to Jerash, which is the 2000 year old ancient Roman city of Philidelphia. Words can't describe how amazing these ruins are. I would say they are even more impressive than the Forum in Rome itself, simply because so ...

Jerash and Ajloun Castle, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Jerash and Ajloun Castle

A travel blog entry by ashleyheacock

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... Saturday I went on a trip with my program, CIEE.  We first went to Ajloun Castle.  It's the only Muslim castle in Jordan, surprisingly!  I asked our guide why that was and he told me it's because for one, the Muslims didn't have the time to ...

Another old city, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Another old city

A travel blog entry by jcastellan

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This morning we went to the Roman city of Jerash is in a fine state of preservation. Founded in the time of Alexander the Great, it had become a centre of considerable importance by the 3rd century AD. It is one of the grandest ancient cities in the ...

Jerash, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Jerash

A travel blog entry by rvagabond

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We took a day trip to an ancient city outside of ...

Into the Arab World, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Into the Arab World

A travel blog entry by jdoyle

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After a couple busses in Israel, followed by a taxi and then another bus I have reached Jordan. Unfortunately I arrive too late to catch a bus, or so the cab driver says and I have to take a taxi to Irbid. I feel a little lost in this city, the streets ...

jordanien, jarash, Jordan travel blog

jordanien

A travel blog entry by asci

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nach langem kampf an der grenze jetzt in jordanien angekommen. Hier ist alles super, beim trampen haelt immer schon das erste auto, die fahren sogar umwege fuer einen und bezahlen dann das hotel...fuehle mich wie in pakistan nur sind die leute hier ...

Northern Jordan, Pella, Umm Qais, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Northern Jordan

A travel blog entry by hodge

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... preserved and has beautiful walkways inside through large arches. By this time my hangover was dying away. We ended our day trip in Jerash once populated by 15,000 Romans and built around the time of Alexander the Great in 333BC. There are loads to see ...

Stayed at a wonderful family in Anjara, Anjara, Jordan travel blog

Stayed at a wonderful family in Anjara

A travel blog entry by denis.sokolov

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Visiting Jerash - the Rome ruin, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Visiting Jerash - the Rome ruin

A travel blog entry by ascarid_j

A day trip to see ...

Map pin only, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Map pin only

A travel blog entry by pinkkaz

Map ...

Jerash, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Jerash

A travel blog entry by liz.grzyb

Jerash ...

Jerash, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Jerash

A travel blog entry by kukiong

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Roman Ruins in the Middle East, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Roman Ruins in the Middle East

A travel blog entry by alonandjenny

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... we arrived the owner made sure to treat us to some western music....Celine Dion if I remember correctly! Our first stop was Jerash where a very impressive Roman city sits. It's estimated that even after 85 years of excavation there is still 90% to ...

Day 6 - Syria to Jordan, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Day 6 - Syria to Jordan

A travel blog entry by joyce.kwong

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... Syria and entering Jordan - it took 1 hour instead of more than 3hrs!! We headed to Jerash as soon as we entered JordanJerash is one of the most extensive and best kept Roman ruins in Jordan - much of the ruins are still underground yet to ...

Jerash Festival at the ruins, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Jerash Festival at the ruins

A travel blog entry by jocelyinjordan

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Tonight we went to the ruins in Jerash to enjoy beautiful music by the Jordanian Orchestra!  This was a great way to relax after our last Gaza Camp summer field trip at the amusement park in Amman Mall. ...

RACE, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

RACE

A travel blog entry by nacrobat

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Let's back track again...when we were in Amman, Jordan we took a bus to Jerash to see the ancient ruins and the RACE spectacle.  Jerash is considered one of the most important and best preserved Roman cities in the Near East and it rates second ...

Jerash and Ajloun, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Jerash and Ajloun

A travel blog entry by kupkah

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Today Flat Stanley went to visit the ruins of the Roman city of Jerash which was built in the 1st century AD. He then visited Aljoun Castle which was built atop Mt. Auf between 1184 and ...

Roman city, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Roman city

A travel blog entry by rtwma

We thought we had seen enough Roman ruins, but Jerash blew us away.  Its the largest preserved Roman city in the world and we were in awe.  It took us 2 hours to walk around the city and most of it is still buried in the sand.  Our awesome ...

I saw Syria through my wine glass, Al Mafraq, Jordan travel blog

I saw Syria through my wine glass

A travel blog entry by jocelyinjordan

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... to the area.  It isn't really regulated by the government and I saw what the ladybug population has become in Virginia where it too was brought in to control for viruses attacking the trees.   Anyways, hands down best day in Jordan.   ...

The Roman Ruins, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

The Roman Ruins

A travel blog entry by janeben

... and Zeus Temple, to strolling along the old Roman road along the length of Colonnade from the Oval Plaza to the North Gate.  Jerash was a definite highlight of the trip.  A full morning was enough time to visit and it is an easy drive from ...

Vuelta a Roma, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Vuelta a Roma

A travel blog entry by cyo

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... 'as, teatros impresionantes, plazas pblicas espaciosas, baos, fuentes y ciudades amuralladas atravesadas por torres y columnas. Nuestra llegada a Jerash ha sido un poco de pelicula.  Nada mas comprar las entradas y justo en la puerta, la lluvia ...

A NGO to End All NGOs, Jarash, Jordan travel blog

A NGO to End All NGOs

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders

In addition to my musings from a couple of weeks ago, I had some further thoughts tonight regarding my time in Cambodia. Things have taken a turn for the satirical. It has the form of an email exchange, because that's literally what happened and I'm just ...

A bela cidade romana, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

A bela cidade romana

A travel blog entry by catia

A nossa visita antiga cidade romana de Jerash foi espectacular, apesar do imenso calor, podemos visitar o ...

Northern Jordan, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Northern Jordan

A travel blog entry by allieadventures

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... drove 90 kilometers around two hours from Amman to Umm Quis (Gardara). Umm Quis is located in the north western part of Jordan and boarders Syria, Israel, and Lebanon. Umm Quis (Gadara) is the supposed site where Jesus casted demons from two men into ...

Tempel der Artemis & Mont Nebo, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Tempel der Artemis & Mont Nebo

A travel blog entry by danielaundfrank

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... . Also wurde die Tagesplanung abgendert und es ging in Richtung Norden, fast 400 km weiter ber die Hauptstadt Amman nach Jerash...   Tempel der Artemis     Auf der Fahrt dahin wurde das Wetter immer besser, in Amman schien dann ...

Going Back in History, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Going Back in History

A travel blog entry by npacadia

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... is the site of a major ruins containing Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and various Islamic Dynasties. It is a major tourist destination in Jordan - luckily, we got by about 9 am and had the ruins mostly to ourselves. Unfortunately, we didn't have a guide book ...

ruines romaine de Jerash, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

ruines romaine de Jerash

A travel blog entry by gadjoxav

au milieu d'une arne, on entend un groupe de ...

Amman & Jerash in one day, Jerash, Jordan travel blog

Amman & Jerash in one day

A travel blog entry by xuanargi

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... . Unfortunately, by the time we reached here, it was beginning to rain and we couldn’t take any nice photos. Journey to Jerash: After covering the sites mentioned above in Amman, we made a day trip to the ancient city of Jerash. Dubbed as the ...

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