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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Jordan Amman
The InterContinental is justifiably proud of its service and amenities. We have stayed there before when visiting Amman and will again.
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... around and playing games with them. We all sat to together at the end and enjoyed another Iftar together and was a very memorable day. Now I'm gearing up for a week long trip across the south of Jordan which I can't wait to tell you guys about! I hope you all enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed posting. I hope to have more time to post more often for this second half of the trip but until then hope everyone at home is doing well. I'll be home before you know it!
... to a smaller street and stopped to ask if we were any nearer. I approached a young man who was standing in the doorway of a mosaic a shop. He spoke perfect English and said we are only a few hundred yards from the hotel but unfortunately the next turning is blocked until 5pm (it was now 2:55pm) He volunteered to take us to the hotel. He then asked Roisin to drive back up the one way street (the wrong way!) or else he could do it. Roisin was happy to hand the ...
... I went to Amman with the intention of having some of that down time I keep promising myself. I always imagine having a few days to sleep, be lazy, read, and work on this here blog. It never seems to work out that way! I stayed at the Sydney Hotel which is actually set up like a hostel. With its huge living room like common area, patio, pet cats, and friendly staff it began to feel like home immediately! I decided that I would spend the ...
... It is in fact the 5th most water poor country in the world.
After enjoying the ruins and the outlook the location gave us of the rest of the city we descended some stairs through a local neighbourhood towards the old Roman theatre.
On the way down the stairs we all got a lot more than we bargained for, as we were standing taking some photos a kid of about 12 was making his was up towards us, in his hand looked like something odd and on closer inspection it ...
... and walked. The city of Amman is quite hilly. We walked from downtown up to the Amman citadel and took a wander around in the museum there,taking in the sights of the city. We also found out that Jordan has suffered a reduction in tourism too, down about 30-50%. This evening we caught up with our 9 other fellow travellers on the tour. We were all taken out for dinner to a local ...