Al Joude Hotel

Address: University St., P.O.Box 2132 , Irbid, 21110, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on University St., P.O.Box 2132 , Irbid, is near Old Muttrah Souk, Al Alam Royal Palace, Al Jalali Fort, and Rustaq.
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    The Masada, Dead Sea, & Bedouin Tents

    A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... but we had a great short hike up some rocky slopes that opened up into fresh springs and waterfalls. The area was pretty busy with tourists and other Birthright groups, but we eventually found our own private spring/waterfall where we cooled off. I sat directly under the waterfall for a few seconds and enjoyed the natural massage of high pressure spring water pouring down from twenty feet overhead. We hiked back refreshed, then hopped back on the bus and went ...

    Extreme heat of Jerash

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

    ... is a road which intercepts it with an impressive buildings marking the intersection. There is a food market area which sold meat and fish. You can see where the knives cut the upper surface of the counter where they used to cut up the meat. There are also two temples along the road dedicated to Zeus and Artemis (Diana). There are also some Byzantine churches one, the church of St George, with beautiful mosaics. It was quite ...

    A Tale of Two Cities

    A travel blog entry by moinmotion on May 11, 2014

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    Known as the "Pompeii of Asia", the ruins of the Roman city at Jerash are the most intact I've seen anywhere so far. Butting up against the edge of the modern day city, the site includes a forum, 2 amphitheatres, an obvious "Cardo Maxiums" (main north/south artery) with perfectly aligned columns, temples to Zeus and Artemis, a cathedral and a Nymphaeum (fountain), among other structures, mostly from around the 1st century AD. It wasn't much of a stretch ...

    Jarash - the coolest ruins you've not heard of

    A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Nov 24, 2013

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    ... rose to prominence in the first century AD and even welcomed Hadrian with an arch built in his honor.

    Jarash began to decline after the Persian invasion in 614; an earthquake leveled much of the city 150 years later.

    Today, these ruins are one of Jordan’s most visited sites - second only to Petra.


    Jerash Roman Ruins

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Nov 07, 2013

    25 photos

    ... for example tearing down the hippodrome grandstand) so I'm assuming the amphitheatre was built afterward. It is so well preserved one could hold a show there. The seating is quite steep, however, so some rails would probably have to be installed.

    To the south you come across the hippodrome, an ancient stadium. This was designed primarily for chariot racing, so is a long oval shape with a set of arches at one end from which the race ...