Al-Azraq Hotel & Resthouse

Address: Azraq main road, Azraq, Jordan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Azraq main road, Azraq, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Azraq

    Parents are finally here!

    A travel blog entry by kinjordan on Jul 09, 2015

    I'm so excited that my parents are finally here! Yesterday I took my final exams, which I think went pretty well. We'll find out our grades in a few weeks which I'm excited about. After our exams I went to my house with Hannah and Chasity to pack up my things. Hannah went out with some friends for a goodbye party and Chasity stayed with with me. We took a cab and dropped my stuff off at ...

    Desert Castles

    A travel blog entry by allieadventures on Apr 09, 2012

    1 comment, 30 photos

    Today I headed to east of Amman to the desert castles area. I went with two French girls, a women from Thailand an myself. The desert castles are a strong of ruined pavillions, merchants' inn, hunting lodges, and forts known collectively as the desert castles. Some of the castles date back to the Damascus based Umayyads (AD 661-750) in the early years in Islam. The desert castles were once rich with decorated mosaics, frescoes, marble, plaster and painted stucco. ...

    Desert Castle's

    A travel blog entry by cral on Nov 24, 2011

    14 photos

    On this day i joined 4 other people to go out to the east of Amman to see the islamic castles. I mark Azraq on the map as it was the 1 furthest east and i couldn't locate the others!

    The first 1 situated just off the road in the desert was call Al-Kharaneh, it is definately a castle of sorts but by it's layout and location it was doubtful that it was actually there to defend anything, more of a stop of route for the caravans many years ago.

    Next it was on ...

    Desert Castles, Jerash and the Iraqi Border

    A travel blog entry by karl.and.kat on Oct 15, 2011

    28 photos

    by Karl

    We organised a tour through the hotel of the desert castles, Jerash and the ruins of Umm Qais (60 JD). We went with a British couple (Gary and Kirsti) who we meet at the hotel who were in Jordan for a week having a quick holiday.

    [Kat: It's so weird – we travelled huge distances to get to the middle east, it’s so exotic, etc. etc. and yet Brits can fly here for $200 round trip on EasyJet! It’s kind of like what ...

    Desert "Castles"

    A travel blog entry by dbadgery on May 24, 2010

    34 photos



    It was a reasonably early start for the trip to the Eastern Desert (which stretches from Amman for about 350km to the Iraq and Saudia borders). I was expecting it to be the standard minibus, but it turned out to be a car with only myself, a Dutch couple and another Dutch guy. After about an hour's drive through barren desert of mostly black volcanic pebbles on a single lane highway full of oil tankers and trucks heading to and from Iraq, Kuwait ...