Crystal Suites

16 Al Kindi Street, Amman, 11195, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 Al Kindi Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Amman

    Water above, below, before, behind and beside me

    A travel blog entry by poon on Apr 15, 2014

    ... nonetheless. The site itself isn't spectacular, but it being our first panoramic view from Jordan into Israel was really meaningful. We had a tiny taste of what it must've felt like for Abraham to gaze over all the land, and probably longingly to the promised land which is now Israel. Bad on him for hitting a rock in the desert to get water!
    To see what he likely saw was moving, sobering, and brought some of what we've read for years to ...

    First stop, Jordan!

    A travel blog entry by mosasaurusmp on Feb 17, 2014

    3 comments, 27 photos

    ... colours were fantastic. I think there would be lots of bouldering opportunities there also. There were bedouin men with eyeliner on looking like pirates riding round everywhere on horses and selling their wares of lovely jewellery etc. At one of the stalls was the new zealand lady who married a bedouin man then wrote a book about it after he died. She still lives in one of the caves. Apparently about 25 more woman have done this now as bedouin men are supposed to be very faithful ...

    Exploring Amman and surrounds

    A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Oct 07, 2013

    10 photos

    After a 5am wake up call from the local mosque and breakfast we met our tour guide, Jamile, a Muslim lady in her fifties. We discovered that we were joining a group of 28, about half were under 35 and the rest over 50. The group was predominantly made up of Australians and Brits, with three South Africans, two of whom were a black mother and daughter who kept us all waiting for about 15 minutes by arriving late. We also discovered that most of the rest of the group were doing longer ...

    A day doing nothing

    A travel blog entry by inanna on Sep 10, 2013

    4 photos

    ... There was something looking like a pool, but we thought it couldn't be as it was so huge.

    On the way down the spiraling road we realized that it was indeed an incredibly huge pool. There is a holiday resort in the middle of the bloody desert with a pool that I swear is half a kilometer wide! There's actually an entire region turned from prosperous to desert to upkeep the pools there and at the resorts at the Dead Sea. Outrageous in ...

    A firt timid attempt to mingle

    A travel blog entry by inanna on Sep 07, 2013

    ... br> But what we saw was amazing. It has a huge collection of all periods of Jordanian history - from the stone age to modern Jordan.

    We only got to the first alphabets then we were kicked out in a very friendly way.
    It was brandnew - it only opened a couple of months ago; I"ll try again when I return to Amman.

    We then went to have dinnner at a restaurant full of Jordanians; I had my first Mashaf, traditional Jordanian food, which is rice, meat and ...