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Shmesani, P.O. Box 19224, Amman, Jordan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amman

Jerash Roman Ruins

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders

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I'm now going to be using Google+ for photos as they look bad on Travelpod. Also, then you get to see the panoramas in full size and the photo spheres work. Enjoy. If you click 'image details' on the right you'll also see a small map of where the photo was taken, clicking the map takes you to the location in Google Maps. Nice.

Jerash is a bit of an outpost/outback seeming town covering a few hillfaces and a valley either side of a ...

Vodka in Rum

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast

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... and millions of stars in the sky. It was beautiful.

On the way back Rami let me practice some desert drivinh and I still can't decide whether the wine and the glass of vodka I'd had actually helped me with that or not. We got back to the camp in one piece however, and continued yhe party into the night...

The next morning the sun was bright and my head was fuzzy. I guess you haven't had a hangover until you've had one in the desert. I left my hut ...

Amman sightseeing

A travel blog entry by reinapaul

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... Full and tired we headed home, after all we had an early border crossing the next day. Summary of Jordan: Jordan was a nice and very friendly country (at least in Amman and Petra) where we found it safe and easy to walk around and find our way. It was relatively cheap especially to eat and drink. One thing I didn't like (or was not used to) was the amount of smokers in the country. Our hostel manager was an extreme chain smoker, he would light up one ...

"... I JUST WANT TO GO TO THE BUS STATION!!!"

A travel blog entry by ka-wing

... at that moment.) “Ha, you are from Japan and you have no money?!?!?!?!?!? Hahaaa….” he teased me. “Oh, yes, I have no money.” I said to him calmly. I was dropped off at the bus station finally.

I walked to the bus station. Damn it! There were only a couple of taxis parking there and was almost no other people at the bus station. “How could I get a shared taxi then?!” I thought. However, at the same time, I saw there was ...

Jordan's Historic Sites

A travel blog entry by johnariale

... map depicts an area from Lebanon in the north to the Nile Delta in the south, and from the Mediterranean Sea in the west to the Eastern Desert. The map may partially have served to facilitate pilgrims' orientation in the Holy Land. All in all, the map depicts about 150 labeled towns and villages.

For me, perhaps the most exciting aspect of the map has been its use to locate and verify biblical sites throughout the holy land. For instance, ...

Location

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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