Amman Palace Hotel
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... customer of the day, only to discover very quickly, with my extremely limited Arabic and to their disappointment, that they had a very hairy man in their shop who had no intention of letting go of his "disciple" look. The son could only speak a few words of English and he understood what i was wanting when I pointed up and uttered "Citadel" trying to not sound Scottish.
He then gave me the directions in full Arabic with an interjection of the word "Street!" every time ...
researched the routes, and found that the red one was the one to be one.
This one took about 2 hours to complete. We hopped off at Taksim
Square for a look around. One of the tour guides we had had previously
had told us that Taksim Square was where all the pretty girls were.
Really?! There really had been nothing until then which seemed
particularly interesting. Not far from the bus stop there was a Starbucks, so
with two avid ...
... coffee, and Emma
wanted a Movenpick icecream. We had
almost run out of cash, as the exchange person in the town would only exchange
money, not give money from cards, and the icecream shop didn't open until
12.00. Emma then hit on the idea of
asking did the Movenpick Hotel have an atm in it and a coffee shop - yes to
I'm not sure that settling down there was the right thing,
as we felt the beginnings of stiffness when we ...
... strange phenomenon. We rang the big bell and started our descent down the mountain. If going up was hard, going down was worse. Not only had we been hiking for hours before (the whole journey was 8 hours) without sleep, every step I took down every part of me that could jiggle, jiggled, and let me tell you, it was painful. The strangest part about the descent is that you can finally see everything that you passed at night. It felt like we were in a completely new place, nothing ...
... then, like our Grand Canyon, was cut quickly by huge amounts of water left over from the Flood. This afternoon we drove north through the lands of the ancient Edomites, then the Moabites, then the Ammonites, which was our destination: Amman. The land was quite barren, with small villages, a few hills, and some sitings of goats and sheep. Amman, however, is quite large and ...