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11.15.09/11.16.09 Traveling Through Jordan To Amman
I had a bad night of sleep last night – now that the cat's out of the bag, it was more icky stomach stuff – so I woke up today (11.15.09) a little cranky. However, the morning did improve after another great breakfast at our village-y hotel, and after our first stops of the …
... image to our descent out of Jerusalem a few weeks previously. Amman was originally built over seven hills, but now sprawls over nineteen, so walking around was a challenge! Our hotel was right in the heart of the old part of the city, directly across the street from the old Roman theatre. From here we could walk easily to the various souks nearby. Architecturally the city is mostly modern, concrete, and utilitarian, which was a big switch from the ...
... each of Kem Sokha’s, just US$150.
Currently, CNRP is also in the middle of the conflict when it comes to prolonging the time to form the National Assembly and the Government. Kem Sokha and HRP want to quickly negotiate with CPP to form the National Assembly. However, Sam Rainsy, now not eligible to be a voter or a candidate to the National Assembly, wants to prolong the formation until October 1, 2013. Probably, ...
... the downtown area a bit more, and were treated to a delicious meal of hummus, baba ghanoush and about three other dips/spreads, pita bread, salads and grilled meat. Jordanian food is much fresher than the Moroccan offerings, and by the end of the week we felt that we had eaten much better than we had for a while - although Hummus for lunch and dinner was starting to get a bit old ( and I love hummus!). It was great to sit in a shady spot eating and watching the other patrons ...
... to spare before the almighty explosions occurred. What a relief I can tell you. Went back downstairs, this time with Vince who had spoken to the Insight tour man who was meeting us at 11.30. We also caught up with Peter Kennedy who I had spied during my wifi problems. So we were all there together for the tour man to speak to us. He was OK. The main guy Sufian we will meet tomorrow. Hope he is OK and friendly as its just us, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center