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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      The Masada, Dead Sea, & Bedouin Tents

      A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 08, 2014

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      ... I floated without hands or feet in the water. The water was viscous and pushy. Every time I rolled slightly, the water continued to nudge me in the direction. It was surreal. I "swam" around for a bit, but it was difficult to stay in for too long as the water was hot and salty. Apparently it's extremely good for your skin and even prescribed (or "suggested") as a cure for things like psoriasis. I don't know if it cured me of anything, but it left me ...

      Where Jesus Walked

      A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Feb 20, 2014

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      We started out a little earlier this morning, which was good, because we packed in a lot of fun and sightseeing today.

      We drove west out of Yavne'el, over to Mt. Tabor, believed to be the site of the transfiguration of Jesus. I know this will shock you, but they built a church on it. We had big plans for exploring elsewhere, so we didn't stop, but we did do a drive by.

      From there, we drove up into Nazareth to Nazareth ...

      The Ascent...

      A travel blog entry by aaronmc632 on Aug 23, 2013

      ... increase with each minute. So, with water, cameras, and hats (or in my case a t-shirt to cover my head/neck) in hand we began the steep ascent to the top of Masada. We went up the Roman Ramp side of the hill and it was quite the incline. We were all ready to sit for a while by the time we made it to what felt like the summit of a mountain. It was perfect timing though, the sun was not yet up and it was just starting to get light out before the ...

      The Syrian Crisis

      A travel blog entry by johnariale on May 02, 2013

      ... It's hot and sandy in the desert, there is frustration. Life at a refugee camp is heartless, families live there with their children and are secluded, refugees are deprived of any social interaction with the surrounding community. As frustration grows, and money runs low, social norms begin to break down. Without the proper resources, Jordan cannot provide the correct level of security and gang violence beings to invade the camp. Burglary, vandalism, and violence against ...

      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.

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