Address: Scmeisani, Abdul Hemed Sharaf Street, Amman, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Scmeisani, Abdul Hemed Sharaf Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Amman

      Jordan Rocks!

      A travel blog entry by mark.s on Nov 17, 2014

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      ... claim to the “ghost chair” in the middle….my first Success and I hadn’t even landed on Middle Eastern soil yet!

      Upon landing, we had to purchase a visa for $40 JOD (about $56). I found the one other American fool who also didn’t know what to do. She and I figured out that if we went to an ATM, we could pay only a bank charge, not an outrageous service fee. She was a fun chick from NYC, so we connected well. I decided to allow her to go first for ...

      Extreme heat of Jerash

      A travel blog entry by anita.russ on May 30, 2014

      ... a drink and a chat. She is alone a lot as her husband works in Saudi Arabia where she was with hi until recently. She is a very lovely lady and we thank her very much for making us feel so special. We drove back to Amman and returned to our hotel for a well deserved rest. We fly home tomorrow and have all loved Jordan both for the wonderful sites and also because of the friendliness of the people who seem genuinely pleased to see ...

      Journey along The King's Highway

      A travel blog entry by anita.russ on May 25, 2014

      ... The ruins are wonderfully sited and the walls of the old city can still be made out as you drive towards it. On the way up the steep hill you can see two small Entrance ways that were to allow soldiers and their horses the enter the castle. The walls are strong with very little mortar between the stones. There are many slits for archers to fire through. It is very imposing and must have been a nightmare for invading forces. You enter via a gateway across a very deep dry moat and ...

      My, How Things Have Changed...

      A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 11, 2014

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      ... gleaming new (and rather empty) terminal.

      After hitting the ATM (which surprised me in that it even worked), we got in line to purchase our visas and go through immigration. After paying the visa fee -- which had just doubled in the last week...grrrrr -- we each had our iris's scanned. The two agents behind the counter were talking between themselves in Arabic, and K later asked if they might have been ...

      Back To Amman

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 03, 2014

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      ... dried yogurt and served with rice and is the national dish. It's one of only two dishes on the menu, so organising the bill is very easy. TripAdvisor awards proudly dominate the walls, so they are very well know to locals and tourists alike. A great place for our farewell meal, on what has been a great trip. Most people are departing early in the morning, but a small few are hanging around tomorrow. We are the only ones staying ...