Address: Queen Alia Street, Amman, 11192, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Queen Alia Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Amman

Amazing Weekend

A travel blog entry by kinjordan on Jul 05, 2015

... and walked around the desert a good amount. We were in the shade and it was very pleasant to be outside. They have large group tents with beds in them which was fun, but everyone ended up sleeping outside on mattresses which was great. For dinner we had chicken that was roasted underground.

We woke up at 7 the next morning to eat breakfast and get ready to go on Jeep tours. We left the camp around 8am and went ...


A travel blog entry by plyc on Jun 13, 2015

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... water leaving the Seat of Galilee at the top is already a horrific colour, but there were a number of baptisms happening (and people lined up waiting to be baptised) so we left them to it.

We drove for about an hour through the valley until we reached Bethabara where we sat in the shade and discussed Christ’s baptism. Our new guide for the day, Angelina met us here too. ...

City tour with Mohammed

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Mar 29, 2015

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... about 5 minutes, and they came out with a whole lot of new ones, and I had to change (Mohammed said later that the first one was dirty, but I hadn't notice). We did a quick circuit of the mosque museum, with Mohammed explaining things - not my thing, so I tried to be polite, but get out of there asap.

After taking off our shoes, we went into the actual mosque, which was a huge room which can hold 5,000 worshippers at once (they kneel shoulder to ...

The English Patience - A study into its limits

A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Mar 05, 2015

... only way you know where the buses are going are from the occasional guy shouting the name at the stops or else relying on other people to just move you from place to place. Jordanians are known for their exceptional hospitality and good will so a lot of the time if I could even try and get across the simplest message, they would try and get me onto the next bus towards my destination. Now, this didn't always happen and taxi drivers are an exception to this rule cos ...

The Citadel and Downtown

A travel blog entry by rachellez on Jan 23, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... home.

Today is Friday, and my first day of having nothing to do. It's very strange here (in a relative sense), because the weekends are Friday and Saturday, as opposed to Saturday and Sunday like in Christian countries. For those that do not know, Friday is the holy day for Muslims, and thus most places are closed including schools. So now instead of Monday, Wednesday, Friday classes, I have Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday classes. Anyway I ...

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