Amman West Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... depicts hills and valleys, villages and towns in Palestine and the Nile Delta. The mosaic contains the earliest extant representation of Byzantine Jerusalem, labelled the "Holy City." To be honest, the whole thing was a little underwhelming as it was difficult to get a fair representation of the mosaic due to its size. Furthermore, much of the mosaic was missing and the ‘blanks’ filled in by plaster. This was not mentioned in any research we ...
... that it was established in 312 BC and presumably abandoned around 106 AD, or that the city was carved into the stone instead of built with stone, or that it wasn’t discovered by the western world until 1812… I simply followed my original answer with “You know, from Indiana Jones!”
We stayed in the city of Madaba just outside of Amman. The city was really small and very cute. We again were pretty much the ...
... orange flower water.
By this time it was 2.30, and we had been our our tour for 5 hours! We went home, and Ron had a power nap before we were picked up at 3.30 to meet Emma at the City Mall, where we had coffee, frozen yoghurt, topped with mango, fresh raspberries and pomegranate seeds, and I bought some sandals.
Our first meal in - we called in at Meat Masters, by the falafel sandwich place, and bought NZ grass fed rib eye - at 13.5JD for ...
... is here for a few days from Canada, as she might come out with us on a trip or two while the two girls are at school. We had an absolutely delicious meal, but came home smelling of cigarette smoke, reminded me how far NZ has come from the good old days when this was the norm. After a bit of a nightmare trying to get a taxi home (no doubt Emma wouldn't think it was a nightmare, but we did), we arrived at the end of her street, and walked the last little distance. Home to bed!
... are a bonding time with nature, so refreshing for the deepest part of your being.
You can't rush the process. It only happens once a year so it's special, and it's an experience you can't get everywhere. It can't be grown in a greenhouse like tomatoes and though you can preserve maple syrup for the coming year, the experience of collecting and making it is reserved for one or two weeks each year. Even then it's ...