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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Snow day #1 – hibernation.
Snow day #2 – go out and play!
Unlike yesterday when the streets were
deserted, today they were filled with about nine inches of snowy
slush, children throwing snowballs and a handful of cars with
spinning tires trying to get up the hill.
Small rivers of melting snow flowed
down the hilly streets in the tire tracks, pooling on the lower
streets where the ...
... on time in AMM and had the joy of queuing forever to pay for our visas to get in, v expensive at 40JOD each (nearly 40 quid) and that ever so hospitable Arabian style of making you wait forever. Managed to get through customs with ten tons of pork products for our hosts and Faisal our taxi driver was waiting for us. A quick 30mins drive and we were at our friends apartment, so good to see them again ...
... food we were craving some western fare and took the opportunity to indulge in some wings, steak, mash potatoes and salad from TGI Fridays. It was awesome!!
Feeling fat and full it was time to head back home, walking outside the mall we were met by someone posing as a taxi operator who organised us a car however upon realising this was a private car and the fare quoted being 8JD for a 4JD ride we declined and headed for the official rank, this was no better. ...
... out they grow corn locally in Jericho and they had some that they recently finished boiling in a pot. The ears looked pretty good but the kernels were about 2/3 of the way up to the tip and we didn't try any.
After that Sami took us to the Mount of Temptation and we saw the monastery built over the caves where Jesus spent 40 days in the desert. Basically remote mountains in the desert, not much to see unless we were actually going to ...
... run. There are no raw materials (no oil), scarce water, little agriculture and a poor backward country to start with. And about 90%25 of the country seems to be uninhabitable or unusable desert. The unemployment rate is huge - probably at least 25%25 for adults and obviously so much more for teens. The cooking experience is interesting and good fun, and had the added advantage that you could buy alcohol there -something that you just cannot do anywhere in Jordan (apart from 5 star hotels ...