Beity Rose Suites Hotel
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At night, we all met up with our organizing agent, Rosie, and went to a traditional Jordanian restaurant. The menu was all in Arabic, which is fine by me because I’ll eat anything. So, Rosie ordered for us. A cornucopia of food starts arriving---salads, egg rolls, chicken livers, tabouleh, babaganoush, breads, hummus, etc. etc. etc. I ate to my heart’s content. Next, the FULL DINNER arrives. I didn’t realize that hadn’t been the full dinner. So, then I ...
... so far so good. My
family is very nice and very relaxed. I’ve been able to practice my Arabic a
little bit and they’ve already promised to speak more once I’ve settled in a
bit more. For now, I’m looking forward to getting to know the city and trying
to make sure that my ankles are never a buffet for mosquitoes again. Also I
already have decided my first goal—to visit all of the malls in Amman.
... is a city built upon a city built upon a city. First settled in the Neolithic period 3000 years ago, the Citadel has since been home to Byzantine, Roman, Greek, Ummayad (Islamic), and finally Hashemite conquerors. Inside the Citadel, an Islamic mosque coexists with a Coptic church and the ruins of a temple dedicated to the Greek god Hercules. A perfect metaphor for modern day Amman.
... day comes to a close as we return to Amman for a group dinner, on G Adventures. One member of our group is actually their photo/video producer, so we also have a professional on hand to have great photos at the end. Who knows you might see us in next year’s brochure =) So, back to dinner, we headed over to Tawaheen Al Hawa Restaurant – noted on Trip Advisor as well. Frequented by local Jordanians (although looking ...
Traffic. Crazy. Noisy.
I'm glad we only visited a couple of sights and didn't stay in town. We've met several travellers who stayed in Amman and our overall impression is that staying in Madaba instead was a great decision.
But the Citadel (including the mediocre Archaeological Museum) were worth the stop. The ...