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

Farewell Egypt

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... Our guide talked of several golden ages of Egypt, interspersed by 'intermediate periods' where the civilisation was not unifed or stable, and the country declined. I can't help thinking that Egypt is now in one of those periods. They have given up the stable reign of a king where there was direction and prosperity, for the instability of military and factional rule. There are no infrastucture projects happening that we saw. The place is dirty, the only rule is that there ...

Jerash Roman Ruins

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders


... it was the way he played it... there was a bit of a jazzy tone to his notes. So I felt that I had quite a victorious start to my Jordan trip because I actually found out about Jerash by chance whilst watching CNN in Lebanon. They said on the show that the Roman demonstration was not on anymore, but that it might be starting up again soon.

So it was a nice surprise to be able to see it when I'd been expecting it not to be one ...

A firt timid attempt to mingle

A travel blog entry by inanna


today was a good day.

Last night, after a long lunchtime nap, the culture shock got to me a little belatedly and I felt a little lonely. There seemed to be not many people in the hostel and I felt a little lost.

It all got better straight away though when I was sitting on the roof of the hotel and I saw the male portion of a weeding party passing down on the street.

They had booked a few musicians and were singing and ...


A travel blog entry by ka-wing

... 8220;Which country are you going to next after United Kingdom?”
I: “Turkey”
Staff: “Why do you want to go to Turkey?”
I thought: “Is that your business, dude?”

Scenario 2: at the airline check-in desk at the airport, Nepal

Staff: “Do you know you are going to Jordan via Doha?”
I: “Yes.”
Staff: “Do you have a return ticket going back to your home country?”


A travel blog entry by johnariale

... Palestinian Territories. After a briefing and watching some Palestinian forces running through a training exercise, we went out to a shooting range for a demonstration.

Mother Nature had another plan and I experienced my first massive sand storm! Check out my photo on Facebook. It was insane, but now I can check that off my bucket list!

That's it for now from Amman! ...


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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