AlQasr Metropole Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amman
Only got to Amman in the afternoon and picked up the trusty Pajero hire 4 x 4 at the airport, complete with GPS thank goodness.
Driving ourselves around Jordan turned out to be a lot of fun, a lot of arguments over directions, a lot of laughs through dodgy roads and as long as the GPS was working more than OK. Would recommend a "drive …
The sightseeing today was wonderful. We started with the truly spectacular Ajlun Castle. Its one of Jordan's many Crusader Castles, and it’s brilliantly restored. You can explore almost the whole thing, all the way to the top. I’ll add photos in time, but it essentially fulfilled a lifelong desire to really explore a proper castle. It …
Today was a bit of a whirlwind, and so I'll keep it relatively brief.
I had limited expectations from Amman- I had heard it to be a fairly sterile, uninteresting sort of a place. Perhaps it was these low expectations, but Amman has really impressed me. The first day we visited the Citadel, which is located in the heart of city, and stands …
The first country is Jordan, home of The Treasury better known as the temple where Indie finds the Holy Grail.
A visit to Petra will be combined with a night in the Wadi Run desert staying in a Bedouin Camp, riding horseback into Petra and culminating in a visit to the Dead Sea.
This and our Eqypt tour has been …
So Halah left back to Germany and Louise and I headed back to London and her back to Edinburgh and me off to Jordan. It was good that my flight was half empty and so I got to sleep across a row of seats. I arrived in Amman at 4am and was wide awake. My body couldn't tell what time it was. When I got to immigration, I was cautioned of my presence in …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility