Gardenia Hotel

Address: Abdul Hameed Sharaf St., Amman, 11195, Jordan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Abdul Hameed Sharaf St., Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, National Archaeological Museum, and Qasr al-Kharrana.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Amman

        After thoughts

        A travel blog entry by desertfish on Oct 25, 2015

        3 comments, 1 photo

        ... I'm again submerged in a new culture and a foreign language and 7 weeks in another country feels like an insignificant duration. But those 7 weeks opened my eyes to and humanized a culture I had only knew through the media and changed my views and opinions of not just conflicts in the Middle East but of the world I live in in general. مع السلا 05;ة, farewell and see you on my next ...

        When in Rome...When in Rome old son!!

        A travel blog entry by matthewthorne on Jun 14, 2015

        16 photos

        ... and I pulled out 3 JD (under 3 quid) and he asked me "Do you want to see more?" "I said no it's fine but" and turned around to ask a question about the singing stone, turned back and he had vanished! I looked down the street and he had just taken the notes and walked off without uttering a word. Clearly, I had used up my chips and felt a little in the dark about the magical singing stone so quick was his tour. He saw it for what it was, a wee guy with empty pockets, and one of the ...

        Leaving Jordan - day 7 nearly turned into day 8!!

        A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jun 09, 2015

        2 photos

        ... people in front of us. The couple who had arrived seconds before us in the queue looked like they had just had an argument. He was in his early thirties, had closely cropped red hair and a ruddy complexion which gave him a hostile look. Lifting his small suitcase by the handle and slamming it down on the floor he turned to his female companion and sneered: ‘You ruined my life you and your f**kin’ job. I don’t know why you’re still here’ With that ...

        Our last day in Turkey

        A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Apr 15, 2015

        13 photos

        ... t feel the urge to hurry back - the money was interesting.
        Sometime it was quoted in Euros, sometimes in Turkish Lire. The TL
        were easy to work out - divide by 2 to get NZ$. It's definitely quite a
        "cash" country.

        As in other parts of the world
        around here, the men are quite sleazy, and certainly hit on the young single
        girls. Although, having said that, I wonder if sometimes we misinterpret
        it. eg. on the flight back to Amman we ...

        Sri Lankan Sabayya!

        A travel blog entry by rachellez on Apr 01, 2015

        4 comments, 238 photos

        ... and we discovered where most people without private beaches *hair flip* hang out. It was, as they say, young and hip. Most of the group got drinks, but I was roasted so I walked around hunting for aloe. I actually can't complain, because I got to see a lot of the town because of that.

        The next day was snorkeling. There are a lot of really cool reefs on the coast, and we spent several hours exploring them and looking at the fish. Mom, we saw huge angel fish. It was so much fun. ...