Amman Airport Hotel
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... was such a neat sight! One I hope I don't get used to. We passed building after building all in a white colour. We learned that this is from a stone produced in Jordan.
Our apartment is huge!!!! We are happy with where it is, our neighbours, what it looks like etc, even the fact that it's on the 3rd floor for our daily phys ed class. It wasn't long before we headed to our mattress on the floor. Thank goodness for last minute shopping in Canada for sheets ...
... I walked up to Rainbow street at sat at a cafe. I ordered a peach shisha and a fatoush salad. I started reading the book Catherine left me then I started writing again. Writing my thoughts and not the events of a touristy day. Thank you, universe. I eventually left the cafe and took a taxi to the modern art gallery. I miss looking at art, and thought this would give me a bit of modern culture. The Jordan gallery is one of the largest in ...
... out jasmine and other flowers to me. We left after ten then came back to the apartment and had sandwiches and delicious tea,..ten minute before bed. Dad the way they eat zatar is cool because they hav the pita on the side and dip it in a small bowl of olive oil the into another bowl of zatar. When I was ready for bed, Zaina tucked me in, literally told me to lay down then put the blanket on me, and took her iPad because she didn't go to sleep that early (11:00) and was going to play ...
... the rivers that drain into the Dead Sea. And yup, articles like this one support that claim: http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium -1.538447.
I had that **** (literally) on my face - Ewwwwwwww! I can only hope that the high salt and mineral content of the sea acts as some sort of natural purifying treatment. Yes, let's go with that.
... and then each member of the EuropCar staff tried in turn, but no one could make it budge. We were asked to wait another "five minutes," which as you can guess was much longer, but a man did eventually return with the car -- and a very large wrench in his hand -- and pronounced the problem fixed. It was, and we were off.
Time had been lost, but I did want to at least go and see the places where I had lived while in Amman. For the first ...