Queen Alia Street, Amman, 11192, Jordan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amman

Jordan's capital

A travel blog entry by amandane


... a miss. I was a bit sad leaving Jordan. The people are so lovely and so welcoming. We couldn't ever take more that a few steps down the street without hearing one of the locals greeting us with a friendly, "Welcome to Jordan!", or a joking, "How many camels for your wife?". With the exception of the dick of a taxi driver on our first day (haha), the Jordanian people were exceptionally warm and charmingly kind and their country was a pleasure to ...

Still Can't Believe This Airport Is in Jordan

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... middle" I saw was a line for "official traffic." I took a leap of faith, drove up to the barrier, and took the little ticket that the machine spit out. We proceeded further, and now there were two choices of where to go, but no middle. What to do? I approached one gate, but nothing happened. Backed up...went to another. Pushed an intercom button. Someone spoke in Arabic and the barrier went up. I drove the car up ...

My, How Things Have Changed...

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... which I still had to keep reminding myself was in Jordan -- it was simply too nice to be in the Jordan I remember). We found a lone gentleman at the EuropCar desk, set in the midst of half a dozen Western rental companies (was this really Jordan?). His English was limited, and I had to remind myself that we were getting the "midnight-shift guy." He couldn't find our reservation. I presented him with the ...

Back To Jordan

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... all the way through. A Boeing 777. Took about 3 hours, and we got in about supper time. Then we had another layover of 5 1/2 hours, but this time we were in transit in a big airport so there was more variety. Walked laps of terminal A for a while, then for variety we took the train to terminal B, and walked laps of that too. Bought an ice cream to relieve the boredom, and finally curled up near the gate and had a ...

Views of the Promised Land

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... curiously started with the story of the Arch of Noach. Next door we were also shown how modern mosaics are being made into furniture and decorations. The last stop on our tour was Mt. Nebo and it was here finally when I came to consider the full scale of ancient, biblical an recent history of the area. Mt. Nebo is where Moses is said to have seen the Promised Land, a land he himself was forbidden to enter, and he died and was buried in the area. The site is now ...


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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