Granada Hotel Jordan

Address: P.O. Box 2321, Amman, 11181, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 2321, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Amman

    Jordan Rocks!

    A travel blog entry by mark.s on Nov 17, 2014

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    ... me he’d wait for me.

    The first appointment with a woman named Hala went great! We had a lovely conversation, I was served a delicious coffee and she got so excited by Drew that she sent me an email later in the afternoon telling me she already got one kid to apply and another on the way!!!

    Marco then took me to my second appointment with two educational agents in the same building. I told him not to wait and that I would call him if I needed a ride later. On ...

    Go Slowly

    A travel blog entry by nana.koranteng on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... day of our
    orientation---move in day with our host families!! One of my sisters came to
    pick me up from the SIT building and immediately began to tell me about how
    much fun I was going to have during the semester and how she knew all the
    greatest spots to hangout in the city--- exciting right? So in my family I have
    a mama, baba, and three sisters (a set of twins who are 18 & one who’s 19).
    We live in area not too ...

    Kite Runners

    A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on May 29, 2014

    ... to Amman. What an indescribably beautiful city! It is incredible to think that a city pulsating with the rhythm of over a million Palestinian, Iraqi, Lebanese, and Syrian refugees could exist as a beacon of stability in a region so divided by war and suffering. Originally built on seven hills, an influx of refugees over the past twenty-five years has seen the city swell to encompass ...

    Jerash and the Dead Sea

    A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on May 04, 2014

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    ... as well. Jupiter’s Temple, the Amphitheatre, Artemis temple, and more, it’s worth exploring this ancient space. Only 25% of the ruins have been excavated, but unfortunately it’s come to an end as further excavation would require tearing down much of today’s Jerash.

    We opted not to have free time here, but took a quick break with popsicles to cool down – it’s a hot one, and I gave ...

    Horse (camel) with no name

    A travel blog entry by leighge on Nov 02, 2013

    1 comment

    ... the stop where Moses is said to have seen the promised land, died and was subsquently buried. There was a great view across the Jordan valley into Israel and also to the dead sea, as well as another huge and beautiful mosaic from the Memorial Church of Moses. It was then time to head to our resort hotel where Monty dropped us off and promised to be back at 9am the next day to take us onto our next stop.
    The hotel was amazing. Four pools, three restaurants and two ...