Beirut International

King Hussein Street, Amman, 11190, Jordan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amman

First stop, Jordan!

A travel blog entry by mosasaurusmp


... was really hot and because it was 'winter' there were no other tourists really. so we more or less had the beach to ourselves and the water was SO COOL! It has the most amazing aqua blue colour as all the rocks underwater was white covered in salt. it was the strangest sensation getting int he water as your feet just floated up and it was hard to stand up. lying on the water felt like sitting in bath with an invisible bottom. We then covered ourselves in sea mud and let ourselves ...

Swimming in the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders


... of you floats up out of the water. Going in the pool afterward seemed like so much effort to move around. When I was in the Dead Sea I looked across to the western coast and thought it would be easy to swim across because you'd never have to worry about sinking. I wonder if anyone has ever attempted it, it's 9km across at that point. I guess you'd have to worry about what the salt would end up doing to your skin. When I got in I had no trouble - there was no ...

The trip home

A travel blog entry by salmorton01


... as we had seen almost no bird life in Jordan. Amazing what a bit of water can do and it brought home to me what a struggle life is in Jordan where water is almost a luxury. Our final stop was in Madaba where we visited a mosaic shop and were treated to a demonstration of how the mosaics are made. I would have loved to buy a small memento but the prices were very expensive and neither if us particularly liked most of what was on sale anyway. We arrived at Amman airport in good ...

Don't like the radio silence

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean


... him for over a week assume he's been washed away. The fly in the ointment being that he was to arrange an entry visa. Bit of a sticky situation. Have no entry visa. Don't even have permission to fly as there are no visas on arrival. Hmmm. See how bad the floods are on Al-Jazeera. Now is not the time to go Sudan. Decide to put the kibosh on Sudan. FCO also advise there's a high risk of kidnap, "The FCO believes terrorists are planning to kidnap westerners in Sudan, ...

"Gorba"- Over it.

A travel blog entry by kewatki2


... directly applies in Muslim culture (at least for many of the people I have met here) and it's a pretty cool change from the stereotype of oppressed women that many Americans believe. Of course, my house will have two heads, but I'm sure there are a lot of those here too. ;)
Other than the awesome people, my gym membership is coming in handy, and the gym has provided me an amazing escape from the unfamiliarity that can be stressful at times. Getting on that ...


This hotel, located on King Hussein Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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