Le Royal Hotel Amman
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... as well
as any other needs that arise. I have to learn spell all over
again, like the British this time. Fortunately they use "our"
in words such as favour and colour like we do, but I will have to
adjust to "programme" and "capitalise" without a
zed. I will also be involved in student life and the community as
much as possible. My colleagues are wonderful!
I'm here through Foundation ...
... metal spikes. All this security may seem excessive, however it stems from coordinated terrorist bombings of the Radisson, Grand Hyatt, and Days Inn hotels that killed sixty people in 2005.
Outside of the hotel, Amman is dominated by its Citadel - built high up on a hill overlooking the Roman Theatre and downtown area. As one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities on Earth, ...
... from somewhere. His English was good. I explained the situation to him and he told me to "not worry about it," but I wanted the imprint. We unloaded -- leaving the car at the curb -- and followed them inside. Incredulously our paperwork was literally on the top of the main pile of contracts -- the same pile the other man had searched multiple times. Only in Jordan.
With the credit card imprint ...
... There was something looking like a pool, but we thought it couldn't be as it was so huge.
On the way down the spiraling road we realized that it was indeed an incredibly huge pool. There is a holiday resort in the middle of the bloody desert with a pool that I swear is half a kilometer wide! There's actually an entire region turned from prosperous to desert to upkeep the pools there and at the resorts at the Dead Sea. Outrageous in ...
... all over a site like this would be forbidden (Haram, in Arabic), but here, we were able to climb around this castle and its walls like monkeys! I tried to encourage my inner mountain goat on one of the walls after seeing many of my classmates take the risk, but half way through, I was terrified and had to be rescued by good Samaritan. My competitive spirit doesn't live up to my fear of heights, apparently. I made it to the other side, after all, but refused to stand ...