Amman Airport Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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The main attraction that got us cruising is not as you may think free food 24/7 (although this comes mighty close!!) It's not even being waited on hand and foot or even the wall-to-wall trivia. The main lure to this form of holiday for us is that it is always a pleasant experience to wake up somewhere new every day. Even when you spend 5 continuous …
Once we were done enjoying the beautiful scene of the sun meeting the horizon over Israel, the other side of the Dead Sea, we walked back to the resort and had a dip in the regular swimming pool, which involved actual swimming not to drown. Back in Amman, a few people from our tour group joined Pagey and me for dinner at a comically overstaffed fast food restaurant. Despite having ...
We were also interested in Mohammed, our police escort. We had been a bit suspicious of him at first or at least of the policy requiring a police presence in all tourist groups. After all, we are not used to having someone with a sidearm on our bus. But Frank had walked with Mohammed while exiting Petra and got to know him a bit. We tried to encourage Mohammed to tell us a bit about himself. But his English is not as good as ...
... then ate dinner at the mall. When we got home we ate some peaches that grew in the backyard and drank some hot tea (I'm addicted). I'm super tired so I'm going to bed for the night. But we'll be back at it again bright and early!
P.S. super proud of my granddad for FINALLY getting an iPhone - now we just have to work on understanding everything it does :)
He's a stray cat, one of many here who
live out of the dumpsters on the sides of the road. He's one of the
few who has been adopted.
Cats are everywhere here. They say four
years ago there were hundreds of cats on our hill, scrawny and
sickly. Now there are dozens, mostly in the dumpsters where they find
food. They are well-fed, some have difficulty getting out of the
dumpsters due to their extra bulk, but most ...