Middle East Hotel

Address: Shmesani, P.O. Box 19224, Amman, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Shmesani, P.O. Box 19224, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Amman

Why am I here and what exactly am I doing?

A travel blog entry by jenniferbowman on Dec 29, 2014

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... br> Volunteers have been working at these schools in various ways since
the 1980s. My housemate is the art teacher at the special needs
school, so dinner conversations are always interesting with our
diverse experiences!

In short, that is why I am here and
what I “officially” do.

For more information on Foundation
Outreach International, go to http://www.foundationoutreachintl.org/< br> ...

Fast Cars and Downtown Chaos!

A travel blog entry by meganholley on Sep 28, 2014

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... the market.

Shops everywhere, down alleys, behind others stores. It reminds us of Vietnam. Half them are selling the same thing, so strange?!?! How do they survive? I felt like I was in a block long dollar store sometimes, that aroma of plastic from China. Then on to the food market, fresh meat everywhere :-) even hoofs. We decided we weren't going to buy any ...

Marriages, religion and culture

A travel blog entry by desertfish on Jul 01, 2014


... also common for first cousins to marry and it is not considered taboo, but beneficial to the family because you have known them your whole life.

We began talking about culture and religion with Reeham when one of us asked how she would raise hear children in Germany. She said that they would be raised Muslim but as long as they didn't violate the teachings in the Qur'an the could participate in German/ western culture. In Jordan, ...

A Tale of Two Cities

A travel blog entry by moinmotion on May 11, 2014

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... a flourishing city of wealthy Romans parading the streets.

While scrambling around the stairs of one of the amphitheatres, we were treated to a slightly cheesy musical performance by some local players dressed in what looked like old-fashioned Arab military uniforms. Surprisingly, the instruments were bagpipes and drums! Ah yes, the influence of the British colonizers is still alive and well here in northern Jordan.

And speaking of ...

Horse (camel) with no name

A travel blog entry by leighge on Nov 02, 2013

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... a colonnaded street that ran for 800m) fountains and two Amphitheatres. While you were walking I could see bits of wall poking out of the earth, parts of columns and shards of pottery everywhere, it was very cool. There is definitely still a lot to be dug up! It took us around three hours to see it all and then we jumped into the car to drive to the nearby Aijlun Castle which was built by the Arabs as protection against the crusaders. The views from the top tower were ...

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