Irbid Plaza Hotel

Address: University Street, Al-Naseem Traffic Lights, Irbid, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on University Street, Al-Naseem Traffic Lights, Irbid, is near Old Muttrah Souk, Al Alam Royal Palace, Al Jalali Fort, and Archaeological Sites of Bat, Al-Khutm and Al-Ayn.
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    Travel Blogs from Irbid

    Where Jesus Walked

    A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Feb 20, 2014

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    ... too, as they got to run around outside and climb rocks a little bit. They also did some interacting with the actors, and I think D really did take some learning away from it, in his little 2.5 year old way. We took the opportunity at the gift shop to do some shopping and have a snack of ice cream.

    From there, we made a loop by heading back to Tiberius for a late lunch. We drove through Kafr Kanna, one of the candidate sites of ...

    Dead, dead and red

    A travel blog entry by baron2013 on Oct 06, 2013

    9 photos

    ... did)! The ruins are in very good condition, considering their desert exposure, and the history is that 960 rebel Jews taking refuge there agreed to kill each other rather than be taken captive by the Romans, who, after months, had the fortress surrounded. Next stop was the red rock caves of Qumran, where a series of scrolls and other artefacts thousands of years old were discovered. The most famous of the discoveries for Christians was the nearly 8m long, almost complete ...

    The Syrian Crisis

    A travel blog entry by johnariale on May 02, 2013

    ... br> Then and only then will these people be able to return home to their villages and towns and the life they knew before coming here. As I left the camp today, I looked out the window of the bus and thanked God for all that the world was providing to these people, prayed for resolution in Syria, and prayed that the inevitable clash of survival instincts and reality did not result in more pain and suffering for these people struggling to survive in a harsh place in a strange ...

    The Roman Ruins

    A travel blog entry by janeben on Mar 25, 2013

    ... amazing place. From the breathtaking views looking down across the site from the top steps of the South Theatre and Zeus Temple, to strolling along the old Roman road along the length of Colonnade from the Oval Plaza to the North Gate.

    Jerash was a definite highlight of the trip. A full morning was enough time to visit and it is an easy drive from Amman, no more than an hour. ...

    1048. Hanging out With the Truckers (Jor 016)

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 10, 2011

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    ... wrap up my Jordan and head on south, but first I’m going to snag one last town right up near the Syrian border: Ramtha.

    Ramtha is a small, but active commercial town with shops stocked up with goods brought from Syria and Turkey. As I do my video clip at a little roundabout I’m also told that there’s a waterfull nearby and a couple people offer to take me to see it. I ...