Isrotel King Solomon
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... the hotels up onto their roofs to see the city-scape. The Hilton was the nicest hotel that we successfully navigated. When we took the glass elevators 14 stories up to the top floor, it was fun to see all the hanging art and sculpture they decorated the airspace around the elevator with. Later, we attempted Herod's Hotel, but after unsuccessfully trying to bluff our way past the front desk receptionist, we pretended we were at the wrong hotel and gave up in defeat.
... your passport labeling what level of scrutiny you get. The numbers run from 1 to 6 (higher is bad). I didn't even get a sticker and breezed past the next 2 stops. My comrades were not so lucky. Texan's passport was so tattered and his responses weren't clear, so he got a lot of attention. He ended up taking hours to clear immigration since he had rocks in his bag which perplexed israeli security. Spaniard was headed to volunteer in Jerusalem and got peppered with questions too. ...
... but we managed to survive. We even took a detour to see the Karack castle, which made the gorgeous sunset over the desert mountains even prettier. The castle was closed, but it was a nice view and now I can say I’ve seen it! Getting back into Amman was slightly depressing after an awesome weekend, but we finished it off by eating at Heef and Reef, another shawerma place, and heading home for a good night’s sleep. I’ll confess: I ...
... and a small tomato cost 23$. The tomato alone was over 2$ at 7.80 shekels! One little tomato! Incredible!
Determined not to spend any more money on food we lived on that for 2 days! Luckily breakfast was provided at the hostel, though it wasn’t very appetizing. More impressive than a continental breakfast, this was a buffet of yogurt, salad, cereal, boiled eggs, poached eggs in some sort of tomato sauce, tuna salad, lots of bread with ...
... of 25 feet so there as an abundance of sea life in all the colors of the rainbow. My fish identification skills are getting better and I recognized many goat fish, puffer fish, trigger fish etc. My favorite was a beautiful Arabian Angelfish and a juvenile 3 spotted dascyllus. This time it was not my air limiting the group's dive duration. Anne got a little cold and we ended the dive after 50 minutes. Thank God, I have an extra layer of fat to keep me warm.