Amman International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... East and caters to art specifically from artists in the region. Unfortunately as I walked through the two buildings much of the art was really sad. Understandable when the artists are from the war region of Syria. I also imagine that the artists from Jordan and Lebanon could be war refugees that have since changed their status. As I left the art gallery I noticed that I was incredibly close to my hotel, so I decided to walk towards ...
... had arranged a tour in order to fit in the final 2 things that we wanted to tick off in Jordan that were both placed at opposite ends of the city; the old Roman City of Jerash to the north and the Dead Sea to the south. Jerash was first and I'm so glad that we were able to go. Jerash is known as one of the best preserved ancient roman cities in the world dating back to 6,500 years ago. It was hidden for centuries in sand before being excavated ...
... locals it will also need to be a karaoke senSATION, so we will have all the gear and songs necessary to make any guy or girl that wanders in sound like a true star.
The proceeds from this bar I think should be enough to fund our awareness campaign, and if ...
... I remember stories about the Dead Sea being 1100 feet below sea level but have never thought that the entire area east of Jerusalem is almost all below sea level.
Around 326 AD Roman Emperor Constantine's mother Helena (c248-330) leads a pilgrimage to the Holy Land to recover relics associated with Christ. Tradition holds that as part of her journey, she authorized the building of a church at a place on the Jordan River where she was told John the ...
I cannot begin to adequately describe in any way that does it justice, the things, people, and experiences I have been privileged to witness this week. This is a fascinating country. Generally, westerners have misconceptions about the Middle East. Americans especially tend to think of places in this part of the world, as menacing places, but nothing is further from the truth when it comes to this country.
Jordan's people are friendly ...