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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    Travel Blogs from Irbid

    Castles, Citadel and Turkish Bath

    A travel blog entry by meganholley on Jan 29, 2015

    42 photos

    ... men only.

    We met for lunch at Hashim, famous for falafals and had some Kanafeh. It's like a cheese pastry covered in sugar syrup. More walking, until we came back to the amphitheatre and went to visit the dagger maker. His family has been in the business since the 1800s! He demonstrated his carving on the handle and later showed everyone how he even creates the handles.

    There are so many neat things to see in Jordan, everything is so old it's hard to believe.
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    Masada and the Dead Sea

    A travel blog entry by oomstravels on Jun 17, 2014

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    After some very busy and full days of touring, today was a little more relaxing. We boarded our bus at 7:30 a.m. and headed out to Masada. The Moody prof on our bus, Walt Mc Cord, opened the day with devotions on the bus reading Jeremiah 17: 5-10. There is so much in Scripture which speaking about the dessert and wilderness... Israel is 75% dessert... so the Israelites could very much relate to references to the dry land.

    The word "Masada" means "stronghold." ...

    A Tale of Two Cities

    A travel blog entry by moinmotion on May 11, 2014

    5 photos

    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

    33 photos

    ... the most impressive in the Middle East — not to mention a bit random. Even if you’re a ruins junkie, you probably haven’t heard of Jerash. One reason is that the ruins don’t have UNESCO World Heritage Status.Back in the day, Jarash, then known as Gerasa, was a strategic trading point, with Damascus to the north, Amman to the south, and Jerusalem to the west. ...

    Jerash Roman Ruins

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Nov 07, 2013

    25 photos

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    The pictures tell most of the story, you can see there was a decent city established, with a number of monuments that would have been impressive in their time. For instance, the city had fresh water available along the central street at a large ornate tank. The tank was made of stone with ornate relief sculptures above it and alcoves where statues must have stood. Right along the cardo were columns, simpler ionic style in the ...