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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    A travel blog entry by desertfish on Jun 30, 2014

    10 comments, 4 photos

    ... Janjan's are very close and spend a lot of time together. The first night, Janjan's grannies were trying to tell her they were going to denote and tevin's house but they didn't know there names so they stated stroking their skin and repeating Obama over and over. We now call Deonte "Obama" 3. A couple days ago I finally got up the nerve to ask how to wash my underwear because I didn't want it out in public. Rana taught me how to hand wash it, then gave me clothes pins and told ...

    Amman in a Day

    A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on May 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... is 2JD, which is more than reasonable when you think of comparable sites.

    Afterwards it was down the hill to a viewpoint of the amphitheatre, before heading there and the Odeon – a smaller theatre off to its side. I hear both are still open for shows, but during the day, small groups of visitors gather to see this ancient performance space facing the Citadel and off a fairly busy street. The amphitheatre itself is also a good spot ...

    Bethany and the Baptism of Our Lord

    A travel blog entry by vern_hakes on Mar 21, 2014

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    Today we visited Bethany Across the Jordan. This site has only recently been excavated and is the site of an ancient Byzantine era church complete with large baptismal pools. Sourcing a number of ancient accounts and confirming via archaeological evidence, the site was venerated by the early church and used by Christians for the Sacrament of Baptism as instituted by ...

    Floating In The Dead Sea

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Dec 29, 2013

    10 photos

    ... it's quite hard to walk over.

    It's almost impossible to swim underwater, though you don't want to try as the salt will damage your eyes and mouth. Standing up from the floating position is really hard, because you can't get your legs to go down underneath you. However, it's meant to be really good for your skin, and the beaches are visited by many people with skin issues as a treatment. A good shower afterwards was a must, and then it was back on the bus ...

    From Torah to Koran

    A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Oct 06, 2013

    ... politics, both past and present, and do background research to get the best out of it. Ask questions all the time. I didn't do enough research on the road while there, and only now find myself thinking that I would have liked to have known about some particular things there.

    Would I go back? Probably not, as we did cover most if not all of what I wanted to see and do. But I wouldn't object to going back.