Irbid Plaza Hotel
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... Romans. Great movie if you've never seen it (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masada) . Relentlessly hot, so a visit to the nearby kibbutz Ein Gedy for a spa treatment was just what we needed. Bruce and I took advantage of a Dead Sea Mud bath while Len and Paula spent their time soaking in the salt water pools. ...
... the Ottoman Turks in WW I (the film, Lawrence of Arabia depicts it.) Finally, at Jerash in northern Jordan. Marcie said, "it makes the ruins in Rome look sick" They cover about 200 acres with mammoth arched gates, baths, "shopping malls" and rooms of houses. This was one of the Decapolis cities so Jesus would have preached here. It was amazing! Will try to add ...
... upper class) and some tourists, we were treated to huge portions of appetizers and mains that unfortunately none of us were able to finish. Had a taste of maleh, a traditional dish of lamb and yogurt on rice as well as the refreshing lemonade with mint. Fruit was dessert, but we were entertained by the waiters who made food art right at our tables. No shisha’s yet, but the tour ain’t over yet.
Tomorrow, Petra bound! ...
... the most impressive in the Middle East — not to mention a bit random. Even if you’re a ruins junkie, you probably haven’t heard of Jerash. One reason is that the ruins don’t have UNESCO World Heritage Status.Back in the day, Jarash, then known as Gerasa, was a strategic trading point, with Damascus to the north, Amman to the south, and Jerusalem to the west. ...
... Chrysorrhoas (Golden River). I spent the morning checking out the Roman ruins either side of Cardo, an ancient street covered with large thick flagstones. I was struck by the chariot wheel grooves in these, it made it easy to imagine oneself walking alongside the locals of this period, jostling with the street sellers probably trying to sell me similar clothes and trinkets to those bothering tourists today, dodging the chariot wheels and ...