Aon Design Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... and their son Max. The rabbi we hired, Rabbi Jeff Berman, was
there waiting for us as well. We purchased our tram tickets and headed
up to the top.
Noah & Rabbi Berman saying the prayer over the Torah.
Once we got off the tram the view from the top of the mountain was
spectacular. I’ve been to the ...
... said they were all planted here years ago from Europe. As we made our way to Jerusalem each turn on the winding road brought gasps in the car. Stunning. All of Jerusalem is built using the same type of stone. An off white stone that lights up as the sun hits it. When we got to the market it was chaotic. Everyone was in a rush to get what they needed before sundown. A lot of places had already begun to close. There were so many people of various ages hanging out, having their last beer, ...
... But sadly, I remembered that this was a group activity. We needed to go up together, of course, and ultimately my speed would not have mattered. The trail was so crowded going up the mountain that at certain corners it was reminiscent of security check at LAX. I asked Zack if it was like this every day and he said, "Pretty much." We reached the summit before sunrise, found a good spot despite many groups arriving ahead of us, and took lots of great pictures. We ...
... a drink and a chat. She is alone a lot as her husband works in Saudi Arabia where she was with hi until recently. She is a very lovely lady and we thank her very much for making us feel so special. We drove back to Amman and returned to our hotel for a well deserved rest. We fly home tomorrow and have all loved Jordan both for the wonderful sites and also because of the friendliness of the people who seem genuinely pleased to see ...
Jerash is located about 50 minutes north of Amman, well beyond the sprawl and set atop the higher -- and forested -- plateau of northern Jordan, that leads into Syria. Change in this area is much less pronounced, and I found myself remembering landmarks during the drive. Jerash is a now small city, which has grown up around the ancient Roman city from which the name is derived. It is famous for being the best-preserved Roman ruins in the world, as well as the ...