Barakat Hotel Apartments

86 Yousef Bin Tashfin Street, Amman, 11110, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 86 Yousef Bin Tashfin Street, Amman, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Amman

    My host family

    A travel blog entry by desertfish on Jun 21, 2014

    14 comments, 2 photos

    I just got to my host house and my family is very nice! Zaina, my 11 year old host sister, has lent me her room during my stay. It has a great view and it's pink and covered with flowers and a Barbie bedspread. My host father picked me up with the wife a the daughter but went right back to work and he and his son, who I haven't met, work until midnight every night so I won't get to see them till the weekend. My host mother and sister speak almost no English and we are relying quite heavily ...

    The Only Frustration of the Entire Trip

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 12, 2014

    13 photos

    ... turned into 20, and we ended up on the new edge of town, amidst a cement factory and near to several new-car dealerships. I had to agree at that point that I would never have found the place on my own.

    We found a brand-new office with four men sitting at desks looking somewhat busy. The manager came out to greet us and said he was getting our car ready, and invited us to sit down. We did, but nothing seemed to be going on, so I asked. ...

    Dead Sea Scrolls - Qumran

    A travel blog entry by vern_hakes on Mar 26, 2014

    4 photos

    ... over the last 2,000 years. The scrolls were likely hidden in 68 A.D. when the Roman emperor Vespasian came through and wiped-out this small community of separatists.

    I guess they did a great job of hiding the scrolls though, mostly in clay jars (interestingly, we saw an original in a shop in Bethlehem) where they remained incredibly well preserved until their discovery almost 2,000 years later - I want them on my team for hide and seek!

    The Dead Sea Scrolls

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 06, 2014

    6 photos

    ... so they asked for loans to assist them. It's one of the things that I like about the Jordanians, that they are independent and self sufficient, and unlike many other countries, are proud of the fact that they have now paid back all of these loans.

    It's these purchased fragments that are on display in the museum, or at least the ones that have survived as private collectors are nowhere near as careful as national museums. There are also some ...

    Horse (camel) with no name

    A travel blog entry by leighge on Nov 02, 2013

    1 comment

    ... turned out to be terrible, while I just continued to be very lazy! A late afternoon swim and dip in a cold jacuzzi (?) and then sunset cocktails at the horizon bar, which would have been better had we actually made it in time for more than the last 30 seconds of sunset! Still, it was great to see the sun disappear behind the horizon, casting shadows across the dead sea from Israel and sip on a refreshing drink or two.
    Monty picked us up the next morning and we were off on ...