BEST WESTERN Commodore Hotel

Address: Abed Al Hammed Sharaf Street, Amman, 927292 , Jordan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Abed Al Hammed Sharaf Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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      Time to go...

      A travel blog entry by nicky7a on Oct 26, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... his third bride but couldn't afford the 50 white camel dowry I asked for, and me losing my ATM card through carelessness (all good, nothing stolen) the last couple of days we saw some historic sites dating from 100 to 600 A.D. (the columns have been standing for 1500 years, amazing), and we also made it to the Dead Sea where Viv and I got a body mud mask and bobbed in the super salty sea... the water ...

      Amman after my own heart

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 02, 2014

      11 photos

      ... 3JD this time it was not begrudgingly.

      Inside the hotel we unpacked our spoils and went to sleep.

      Our second day started with the same breakfast but a couple of more faces for the tour. We organised today to actually explore the city (after some more basin laundry) and headed off first towards another Blue Mosque. Having been assured that it would be open even though it was Eid we arrived to find it firmly shut so instead grabbed the first taxi we could ...

      Jerash Roman Ruins

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Nov 07, 2013

      25 photos

      ... in the south. There was a particularly expansive apron of flagstones ringed with columns in the southern section. Basically it was a plaza, established to link two slightly misaligned streets into one, the Cardo. The most impressive features of the ruins for me were the amphitheatre in the north and the hippodrome to the south. The amphitheatre was remarkably well preserved. In the late 700s there was an earthquake which destroyed much of the ...

      Day Tripping

      A travel blog entry by christine_n_den on Aug 30, 2013

      1 comment, 62 photos

      ... 8217;t judge you if you haven’t heard of this map, I sure hadn’t. Unlike most maps today, this map, built in the 6th Century, is a mosaic. The map has an extensive history that I won’t bore you with, however it is interesting to note that it was extremely accurate for the time period it was constructed in. Anyone with an interest in cartography should read more about this map. Our second stop was Mt. Nebo - ...


      A travel blog entry by gezvince1 on Aug 16, 2013

      ... and wasn't rediscovered till the 18th century. There were 2 guys, one playing the drums and one playing the bagpipes at one of the amphitheatres and Vince recorded them playing the British Grenadiers from the centre of the amphitheatre. We all had to shout out something to test the acoustics from the centre stage. Vince called out " hello" and I called out "good day" Then we got back into the car ...