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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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... the main road and there are a lot of kids in
the flats near us (I know this because I can always here them playing). My sisters have proven to be very similar to
American teens—always texting/messaging and constantly striking poses for
snapchats. Seriously they love snapchat. My first night home we went to run
errands which included going to the mall and going grocery shopping (that was
at least 4 snapchats), ...
... is however very friendly and feels very safe.
The Citadel of Amman has been inhabited since the Bronze Age and has seen many conquerors come and go. The Citadel contains traces of Roman, Byzantine, Omayyid and Ottoman eras. The layers are satisfyingly higgledy piggeldy and we enjoyed wandering around in the late afternoon sunlight. It is very photogenic with modern Amman contrasting pleasingly with the ancient views.
It was ...
When we'd first left the airport with our first piece-of-**** rental car what seemed like weeks before -- though it had only been five days -- I'd somehow thought to ask to where I should return the vehicle. This proved very helpful as, despite the fact that the airport is brand new, amazingly modern, and well signed, there was not a single sign for "Rental Car Return." The man had said I should "go to the middle." ...
... amazing mosaics of the former inhabitants, especially the mosaic map of the holy land found at St. George's church. Its the earliest map of Palestine!
Basically, the whole town is full of ancient mosaics, and everything is built upon the remains of the civilizations that came before!
I went to see several churches yesterday and the archeolgical sites, please see the photos below (I apologize for the quality; my new ...
(I don't have time to proof read this, so don't judge me for any typos!)
Okay, so it's the equivalent of Friday here in the Mid East, and I can feel the excitement swelling up around me. After just 2 days of class, we are brain-fried and exhausted. Even though I was placed in a slightly lower level than I expected and am doing a lot of review, I can tell that this school is no nonsense.. AND that most of our teachers speak very little English. Trying to learn ...