AlQasr Metropole Hotel

Address: Shmeisani Al Droub St, Amman, 11110, Jordan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Shmeisani Al Droub St, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Amman

      Day 1 - Tekoa

      A travel blog entry by shabomb on Jul 12, 2014

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      ... abide by and yes there are many problems. But these settlements are so close to one another. I was surprised by that. When we got to our destination we were floored. A valley, a full moon and the desert make for a spectacular scene. There aren't pictures that do it justice. Not sure many of the pics here will. When we got back to the house it was dinner time and we were starving after our long walk. But there is no rush. First its time to sing prayers. Then we literally break bread (there ...

      A NGO to End All NGOs

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Nov 06, 2013

      ... CNRP in the recent election, there is an internal separation and split between Sam Rainsy’s side and Kem Sokha’s. The main reason is that the two groups could not meet each other’s interest in the number of the seats in the National Assembly. Sam Rainsy’s team wanted to take more since in the previous election, SRP won 29 seats while HRP got only three. Before coming back to Cambodia while still living in ...

      The Poisoned Waterbed - Dead Sea and road to same

      A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Sep 15, 2013

      ... but wasn't as safe as modern fire exits as after perhaps a dozen meters the level steps give out to a blind, plummeting abyss whose sand covered floor allows for very little in the way of workable traction. By the wheeling light of our little hand torches we made our way down the nightmarish abyss, until one heart stopping moment about half way down when Kathy's glasses came free and skittered off into the unknowable Stygian gulf with nothing but the echoing report of plastic ...


      A travel blog entry by ka-wing on Jun 14, 2013

      I woke up early in the morning, wanting to leave Jordan as soon as possible.

      It was eight in the morning. I was told that I needed to take a taxi to the bus station where I could easily get a shared taxi to the land boarder to Israel. The staff from the hostel also reminded me that the boarder would be closed at eleven in the morning because it was Friday. I quickly grabbed a taxi, going to the bus station. I then got on the taxi and showed the driver that I wanted ...

      Jordan's Historic Sites

      A travel blog entry by johnariale on May 02, 2013

      ... were annexed by the Roman province of Syria, and later joined the Decapolis cities. In AD 90, Jerash was absorbed into the Roman province of Arabia, which included the city of Philadelphia (modern day Amman). The Romans ensured security and peace in this area, which enabled its people to devote their efforts and time to economic development and encouraged civic building activity.

      The City of Madaba

      After visiting Jerash and ...