Amman West Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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... If you’re offered a coffee, you take it. If you’re offered some water, you take it. If you’re offered a seat, you try to sit in every chair in the room!! It’s about comfort, connection and camaraderie. This, I completely enjoyed, as I knew the presentation was merely the reason I’m there, but not the reason they’ll send students to Drew. Therefore, I think I’m going to be very successful in the Middle East. I can do coffee, tea, chat and ...
... this done.
Wrong again, unbeknownst to us foreigners it was the first day of Eid which is the largest holiday in the Islamic calender, lasting for 5 days most shops and services were closed so no washing was being done this day instead the trusty hotel sink came into use.
Once our smalls were done and hanging about the room we headed out to a local market that we had seen on the way in the night before.
Wow, what an experience! Even with ...
... created by the clouds.
This long trip started with three hours of sleep, a two and a half hour trip to Toronto where I helped put up a jungle gym until I was picked up by a friend and taken to a Jewish restaurant to accustom my taste buds to Middle Eastern food then off to the airport. There I learned my first Arabic words, they are neatly printed on the first page of my new notebook by a Jordanian girl going to school in Toronto. New words always build ...
... driver for the hotel in Wadi Musa had to make a trip to the airport near Amman anyway, so we agreed that I would give him 25 dinar to get to my next hotel in Amman. It was a good deal for me, and a little extra pocket money for the driver, Husain. It was about a 2.5 hour drive up there, without much to see in between, but that was to be expected.
I got to the Boutique Hotel Amman by about 11am and checked in. ...
... other commodities are cheap, crime rates are some of the lowest in the world, and it's very secure, all of which makes it a good place to visit. They have some of the great wonders of the world, like Petra, but surprisingly not that many tourists. Like the rest of the world, Jordan sees tourism as important and are targeting travelers, so get in while it's cheap and unspoilt. We've had a blast, and if you are not into sitting on a beach in Bali, you'll enjoy it ...