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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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... return the car (they came and collected it), do the washing and start packing for the trip to Turkey. We cut up the pomello, and tried that. I haven't seen them in NZ, but we did have them in a salad with sweetcorn here, which was delicious. It certainly gives an interesting texture, and would be fun to use if we could get them.
My thoughts on driving in Jordan. In the built up areas, the traffic is chaotic. When you get to an intersection, cars ...
... platform to platform like it was nothing. I won't lie. Part of me was slightly envious. The other part was thinking that couldn't possibly be good for the preservation of an ancient wonder. All up it was probably one of the best days of the trip so far, not the least for the giant shwarma meal I rewarded myself with after six hours of walking. I think I enjoyed Petra because it involved a bit of adventure and physical activity, which is right up my alley. I ...
... dead pigeon. Once upon us he offered it around and the look of horror and disgust on Shaylee's face could not have been better.
Bird boy gone we continued on our decent and finally arrived at the theatre, although it was only 1JD to get in we declined as we thought we had seen enough theatres recently and to be honest the view from above was a lot better.
Moving on from the theatre we headed downtown towards Rainbow St which is meant to be slightly busier ...
... we had attempted to open the trunk and get our luggage. While the key would go into the lock, and I could turn it, we could not get the actual trunk lid to open. We fumbled around the dark looking for a release lever somewhere in the car, but finally gave up. We explained the problem to the man at the desk, and he promptly came outside with us and spent a good five minutes repeating everything we had already tried. In ...
... to me. If you want to go, go. Tourism? Well, everything's open, but the tourism industry is really hurting. If you are prepared to go, there are no queues, prices are really competitive, and everybody is really falling over themselves to ensure that they give good service and get good reviews. The number of times that they asked you to leave a good review was off the scale, and we even got reminder phone calls when we hadn't done them in a few hours. Where else would you get ...