Al Gardens Street, Amman, Jordan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amman

Jordan's capital

A travel blog entry by amandane


... had arranged a tour in order to fit in the final 2 things that we wanted to tick off in Jordan that were both placed at opposite ends of the city; the old Roman City of Jerash to the north and the Dead Sea to the south. Jerash was first and I'm so glad that we were able to go. Jerash is known as one of the best preserved ancient roman cities in the world dating back to 6,500 years ago. It was hidden for centuries in sand before being excavated ...

The Only Frustration of the Entire Trip

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... and then each member of the EuropCar staff tried in turn, but no one could make it budge. We were asked to wait another "five minutes," which as you can guess was much longer, but a man did eventually return with the car -- and a very large wrench in his hand -- and pronounced the problem fixed. It was, and we were off.

Time had been lost, but I did want to at least go and see the places where I had lived while in Amman. For the first ...

The Citadel

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... were a few hills and steps to negotiate.

The citadel is the site where the main fortifications for the town (and now city) have been built and maintained by successive civilisations (Persians, Greeks, Romans, Christians and Muslims), so the Temple of Hercules is next to the Byzantine church which is next to the mosque, all inside the fortified walls. Well, actually the walls aren't really fortified. One of the locals whose house backed on to the citadel tried to wave us ...

Swimming in the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders


... like that before, I think it might be that I had been alone for most of the past week and so it was kind of scary to have to interact with strangers that I probably held subconscious resentment about since childhood. The room was amazing. The pool was the biggest I have ever seen, just like those brochures for resorts in Indonesia or Thailand that Australian tourists are enticed with. It made me want to go to one of those as I know they are more like $100 a night ...

Horse (camel) with no name

A travel blog entry by leighge


... camp it was getting dark and some other tour groups had arrived and were getting comfy around a fire. We were sadly excited to talk to some new people….but they were all Spanish! And quite rude to be honest, they made no attempt to talk to us and were very loud - which was not great when all that separates you from your neigbours is a tent wall! We had a few drinks and then all walked around to see the big reveal - our dinner had been cooked bedouin style in a deep pit ...


This hotel, located on Al Gardens Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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