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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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... from the inside out, the Beduins started from the top and worked down. Everywhere we looked, there was something else to see. We walked around the city for the remainder of the day and even walked 850 stairs to the Monastery carved from sandstone. It was a long day. Chels was really feeling the pinch and we crashed as soon as we got back to the hotel. Now it's back to Amman before we continue our adventures in Turkey. Next stop, ...
... one guy floated past me was doing. I tried to get my legs vertical but they kept bobbing to the surface! It was a really cool experience and highly recommend it.
We watched the sunset over Palestine, the golden hour, which was stunning and headed back to Amman for some Palestinian cuisine in a great restaurant called Jafras. Been a long and eventful weekend and was out like a light when my head hit the pillow looking forward to the week ahead in the Middle East.
... fly out tomorrow. This extra night was to be at their own expense.
Finally after a re-route via Chicago and Albuquerque Montaser turned and clutching his boarding card waved it frantically as if it was the winning Lotto ticket though not before giving me his web site and email address. ‘For when you’re next in Jordan, eh? Amajali Tours will take care of you.’
Our trip home was pretty uneventful. The only further (pleasant) surprise came when ...
... If you’re offered a coffee, you take it. If you’re offered some water, you take it. If you’re offered a seat, you try to sit in every chair in the room!! It’s about comfort, connection and camaraderie. This, I completely enjoyed, as I knew the presentation was merely the reason I’m there, but not the reason they’ll send students to Drew. Therefore, I think I’m going to be very successful in the Middle East. I can do coffee, tea, chat and ...
... they have a lot of flash flooding there, which you wouldn't think would be the case in a desert. We spent about 2 hours or so driving around the desert, which was pretty warm then we headed back to the bus and continued onto Petra where we were staying for the next two nights. There was a gorgeous sunset over the mountains as we were driving down into Petra, it was just a shame ww couldn't stop to take any photos. Our hotel was rather nice and after check in we headed ...