Amman International Hotel
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... St Georges’ Church and The Shrine of the Beheading of Saint John the Baptist (otherwise known as the Church of St. John)
St George’s Church was a short walk down a hill. This church is of great significance as it houses the Madaba Mosaic Map. This is a map of the region dating from the 6th century and preserved in the floor of the Greek Orthodox Basilica. There are allegedly two million pieces of coloured stone that make up the mosaic. ...
Jordan. Capital city Amman! Primary language Arabic. Currency is the Jordanian Dinar. While I was there the exchange rate (sucked) was .70 piastres for every 1 US dollar. Not even 1 dinar per dollar!
Part One: Tourist (See the sights. Eat the food)
"What's Petra?" my father had said a few days prior in Egypt. With my jaw on the floor I could only get out that it was 'an old city built into the rock.’ Instead ...
... and walked. The city of Amman is quite hilly. We walked from downtown up to the Amman citadel and took a wander around in the museum there,taking in the sights of the city. We also found out that Jordan has suffered a reduction in tourism too, down about 30-50%. This evening we caught up with our 9 other fellow travellers on the tour. We were all taken out for dinner to a local ...
... we had attempted to open the trunk and get our luggage. While the key would go into the lock, and I could turn it, we could not get the actual trunk lid to open. We fumbled around the dark looking for a release lever somewhere in the car, but finally gave up. We explained the problem to the man at the desk, and he promptly came outside with us and spent a good five minutes repeating everything we had already tried. In ...
Since today is the Sabbath most everything in Jerusalem is closed so we decided to head out of the City for the afternoon. Our first stop was Jericho which claims to be the oldest city in the world but Jake says is actually the 3rd oldest.
On the way to Jericho we drove through lots of desert and several Bedouin campsites. How people can live in basically shanties is amazing and apparently they are very happy living the way they do, even if ...