Amman Palace Hotel

Sakif Asseel St., Amman, 11621, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sakif Asseel St., Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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    Crazy days

    A travel blog entry by desertfish on Jun 23, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... we had found nothing, probably because we stopped at every store, even no clothing shops, and mama Rana and her sister continuously disagreed on every piece of clothing the girls tried on. I experienced my first Jordanian catcall, redheads tend to tips rand out in the Middle East, and mama Rana still held my hand as we crossed the street. Her sister held her sons hand and the 7, 11 and 12 year old girls just wandered whoever they wanted. Something I noticed while walking the streets is ...

    The Only Frustration of the Entire Trip

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 12, 2014

    13 photos

    ... in general, and Amman in particular since I left in 1993. I'm still staggered as I think back now. I used to live on 5th Circle, which was sparsely populated. They were trying to encourage growth of this area of town, called Abdoun, as a diplomatic enclave. The U.S. built their new embassy there -- in the middle of a field, with bedouin tents -- literally -- behind it. I was there when the embassy opened in 1992. As we left Madaba and ...

    Qumran: Where you always need a bath

    A travel blog entry by roughroadpilgri on Mar 08, 2014

    14 photos

    The Qumran community always in need of a bath. Religious purity was of the utmost importance, and the Qumran ruins clearly communicate the importance of water in ritual purification. As the pictures communicate water traveled throughout this desert complex. They were waiting for the day of the Lord, the coming if the Messiah, which they believed was coming soon. What they missed as an isolated apocalyptic community ...

    Leather, Lingerie and Hookahs

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 04, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Jafra restaurant that Ayman took us to on the tour, as it's right across the road from our hotel, and enjoyed another cheap, wonderful meal. If only we weren't the only two in the whole of Amman not smoking, although as most people are smoking fruit flavoured hookahs, the smoke isn't nearly so overpowering as our tobacco smoke at home. It's so prevalent that the restaurant employs three people whose full time job is just to go around lighting and refilling the ...

    Horse (camel) with no name

    A travel blog entry by leighge on Nov 02, 2013

    1 comment

    ... as it was hazy we couldn't quite see into Israel as we had hoped. We had a late lunch at a restaurant back in Jerash, complete with views over olive groves and some ancient ruins in the distance before the drive back into Amman. That night we visited the hotel next door for dinner (as the buffet at ours was terrible) and had a great meal that included absolutely no hummus!
    Up bright and early and off to the Dead sea via the city of Madaba, famed for it's Byzantine ...