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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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... and down the dunes, drank tea at a past Indiana Jones set, climbed rocks to view old Nebataean transcripts in the rock, and "didn't" pet camels.
After Wadi Rum we drove straight to Aquaba, a tourist town on the Red Sea, where we stayed for two nights. Our hotel was incredible, but it, like the rest of Aquaba, was very westernized, even the employees. We had access to a spa on the Red Sea, where we spent the entire first day, jumping off the pier (a ...
Today wasn't really anything special, I just went to class for 5 hours, did homework for 3 hours, then came home. I lounged around until Iftar, but I did get to talk to Billy, Kara, Tom, and my mom on the phone. iPhones can call each other if they both have internet so that was really nice. We just finished dinner and now I'm planning to study the new vocabulary some more. Not a very exciting day, but ...
... Texas via London. He spent almost 40 minutes at the check-in counter whilst the helpful assistant tried to fix him on a direct flight to New York. But that’s when it got complicated…!!! This is what had taken the time. Those travellers (and there were plenty of them) who were using London Heathrow as a hub for an onward long haul intercontinental flight.
For an earlier couple flying to Canada they had agreed that the only option was to spend another night in ...
... the brown disgustingly dingy one that greeted us on our first day, a few plants which Chelsea has lovingly nurtured and our “Wilderness Corner,” which could also be termed our Cove of Sanity and Serenity when we are missing trees and wilderness. It is a formerly barren shelf that now holds rocks, twigs and remnants of the various hikes and places we have visited during our stay here: the Dead Sea, a hike in one of the Dead ...
Every day I think about writing my blog and don't get to it. Mya uses my computer for school since she can't do everything in her iPad so by the time I can do it I don't want to.
Funny how I hardly hear the call to prayer any more. This is how fast we adapt to a different life. The stray cats are no longer abnormal and eating falafals is almost a daily thing.
Homeschooling was flying along last week at an easy pace until I checked Hunters lesson ...