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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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... it was easier to have conversations like this because they were never forcing their religion on me. They never implied that their belief was the end all be all, rather they were acknowledging every person’s right to choose their higher power. I have never been part of such in depth conversations about religion where everyone remained calm, open minded, and understanding. I think it is why I learned the most from them. They taught ...
... by the hunger). Long story short, service was not good, for some time there was complaining, even some tears (not mine), but no food. We finally ate, and our moods changed from terrible to bad. Thank goodness for sleep, because we were much happier the next morning.
We woke up and had a Sri Lankan breakfast: fresh fruit juice, pancake like things with roasted coconut, lentils, eggs, toast. Yum! Then the group split (there were eight of us). Half went to ride elephants, and ...
... who have climbed up here, venture back down to ground using the stairs we climbed up. This includes a group of British guys that seem somewhat out of place. Anywhere else and you might think it was a stag group, but given that the vast majority of Jordan is a dry country that's unlikely. One of the group mentions to the others that he "wouldn't come here on holiday" as it hasn't got a White Lion pub, so I guess they are here on some kind of work, but he continues "I've heard ...
... us to our flat was refreshing!
As was the late afternoon sun outside. Late afternoon are beautiful here with the sun falling on the white block buildings. The traffic is crazy at that time of day, but the sun is perfectly beautiful.
We dropped off our belongings then the driver dropped us off at a restaurant for dinner. Delicious. I don't remember what everything was, but I am in love with the food here already. I will learn how to cook like this somehow!
First thing we went to a site that looked over the area we walked in yesterday or was amazing to look down on the large area for an even higher spot.
Drove through Dhiban the capital of the Moabite kingdom. The story of Ruth and Naomi came from this area. Then we went on to Madaba. note the importance of the 'Messer Stone' basalt stone from this area that a king of this area wrote down about ...