Le Meridien Amman
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Our final destination in Jordan was the historical town of Madaba famous for its Ottoman-style houses and beautiful mosaics. The plan was to travel by van via Kerak Castle, the Dead Sea and Mt Nebo where Moses is said to have seen the promised land and is supposedly buried.
Once we hit the road we were immediately overcome by the thick …
A 6 am flight can never be really comfortable to catch. Especially when its an international flight and you are paranoid enough to still get to the airport 3 hours ahead. We slept barely at the airport and then at 5:30 boarded the Royal Jordanian direct flight to Amman. After 6 hours of flying aboard a generally comfortable aircraft, we were woken …
Today we return to Amman via the King's Road, a winding road that is mentioned in the bible. It travels along the geological rift that was caused eons ago by an earthquake that caused this section of land to drop hundreds of feet causing the rift. It is a much slower route back to Amman but it is more scenic. The day started with an overcast sky …
We came to Amman a day earlier than the tour was to begin with the idea to travel to Jerash to see the preserved Roman city however after seeing a ton of the Greco-Roman ruins in Turkey we decided to have a slow day in Amman. Since our tour listed a city tour on our last day we did not venture far from the hotel but we did go out in the morning for …
We arrived in Jordan at about 9:30 PM and were immediately met by the tour group representative who was amazingly helpful in guiding us through immigration and out of the airport. Amman's airport is the first one where I have had my luggage screened upon leaving the airport. It is not a user friendly airport.
We were driven from the …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service