Le Royal Hotel Amman
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... houses. There is something about doing something fun and creative that brings out the inner child in you again.
Since I had left Mya home in tears because she wanted to come I was thankful that they had an extra kit for me to take home. It was a fun evening spent doing something festive in a land that is only recently celebrating Christmas.
... a buying stop, yum.
We had some renos to the apartment and now Craig has an office and bedroom until more company arrive! We aren't worried about colour coordinating so much here. It means a taxi ride back downtown to somehow find the curtain shop!!
Next photos are from downtown. Aren't those stairs neat? Up up up. Should have practiced for when we are in Petra on Tuesday. I can't wait to post those photos. Everyone says it's beyond amazing.
Next is ...
... abide by and yes there are many problems. But these settlements are so close to one another. I was surprised by that. When we got to our destination we were floored. A valley, a full moon and the desert make for a spectacular scene. There aren't pictures that do it justice. Not sure many of the pics here will. When we got back to the house it was dinner time and we were starving after our long walk. But there is no rush. First its time to sing prayers. Then we literally break bread (there ...
... of the traffic in this city, we decided to book a room on the outskirts of Amman which was about half way to our next mornings destination of Jarash. The drive went well and thanks to our car's GPS system we had no problems navigating the very confusing streets of Amman to find our hotel.
We checked in and quickly went outside to wander about and get a "feel" for our new destination.
Dario and I got ...
... in the south. There was a particularly expansive apron of flagstones ringed with columns in the southern section. Basically it was a plaza, established to link two slightly misaligned streets into one, the Cardo. The most impressive features of the ruins for me were the amphitheatre in the north and the hippodrome to the south. The amphitheatre was remarkably well preserved. In the late 700s there was an earthquake which destroyed much of the ...