Al Joude Hotel

University St., P.O.Box 2132 , Irbid, 21110, Jordan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Irbid

Jerash Roman Ruins

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders


... in the south. There was a particularly expansive apron of flagstones ringed with columns in the southern section. Basically it was a plaza, established to link two slightly misaligned streets into one, the Cardo. The most impressive features of the ruins for me were the amphitheatre in the north and the hippodrome to the south. The amphitheatre was remarkably well preserved. In the late 700s there was an earthquake which destroyed much of the ...

The Syrian Crisis

A travel blog entry by johnariale

... on the rise and trafficking is occurring.

No words can come close to properly conveying what I saw today. But I know one thing, countless people are working hard to ensure that as many people as possible remain safe and secure. Despite this Herculean effort on behalf of Jordan and its international partners, there appears to be no easy solution to the Syrian crisis. A reasonable and sustainable political solution must be found to address the Syrian crisis ...

Mount Nebo, Jerash and Time for Farewells

A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash


... a church on top of Mount Nebo which also had large mosaics that were going to be placed on the floor. After the visit we headed to a Mosaic centre. This centre was funded by Queen Nor for disabled folks. We were given a short tour on how these mosaics were made and then were allowed to roam around the shop. It was a massive shop with everything from small plaques to dining tables and they even offered shipping to your country for free if the items are too big to ...

Northern Jordan

A travel blog entry by allieadventures


... I have some pictures below. Another main site here was tr oval Plaza. This plaza is 90 meters long and 80 meters wide. This was also constructed around 1st century AD. There are 56 ionic columns and paved with extremely high limestone. From there we walked down the cardo maximus (colonnaded street).  This street stretches 800 meters and was originally built in the 1 century AD. The cardo is still paved with the original flagstones and the ruts worn ...

Roman ruins in the Middle East!

A travel blog entry by sheema


... in turn then became the new object of their adoration!

While the hostel does not actually provide a tour guide with the car, the driver was quite friendly and informative, and of course, the trusty Lonely Planet came in handy for the rest. Local tour guides are also easily available and hard to chase away! Since 3 out of the 4 of us had our Jordan Lonely Planets on hand, we decided not to bother with a live guide, but I have to say ...

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This hotel, located on University St., P.O.Box 2132 , Irbid, is near Al Alam Royal Palace, Fish Market, Al Jalali Fort, and Archaeological Sites of Bat, Al-Khutm and Al-Ayn.
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