RUM Hotels - Al Waleed

Ali Nasouh Al Taher Street, Amman, 11192, Jordan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ali Nasouh Al Taher Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Amman

    The Desert Road back to Amman - The Dead Sea

    A travel blog entry by anita.russ on May 29, 2014

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    ... their goats. I don't understand how people can live out here the heat even in May is terrible and there is very little shade to be had. On one side of the road is Israel and on the other runs the spine of Petra's mountains. The drive from Aqaba takes around 3 hours and the scenery varies from scrubby desert to sand dunes to oases like cultivated areas where tomato, watermelon and bananas grow. King Hussain had a policy of providing free houses for ...

    Meeting Royalty!

    A travel blog entry by jamesmarlow92 on Apr 20, 2014

    ... and getting the best prices possible. Seb claims he would have done things differently, but realising we only had one day left in the city to ourselves, I decided to settle on certain prices which, looking back, may have been slightly steep still. As evening drew near, all of us donned our beautiful dresses and smart suits! A wave of perfumes and aftershaves filled the foyer as we readied to depart on our bus. Eventually, we arrived at what can only be ...

    The Poisoned Waterbed - Dead Sea and road to same

    A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Sep 15, 2013

    ... slowly overtaken by a warm awkwardness so we adjourned to the freshwater public pool on the landing above, and upon diving in sank like some breed of animate, flailing brick. Rising to the surface after all my innate calibrations of buoyancy had been so recently reset to accept the alien, salty water was one of the sterner physical challenges of this adventure. I spent the rest of our time doing underwater handstands to the amusement or adulation of the nearby fully robed ...

    Flying in

    A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on Jun 07, 2013

    ... back down in the lobby to go to dinner. We went to this place that was totally touristy (but still classy), and played to the common mental image of an Arab country's furnishings, with tents and low tables and the whole thing. We all split some appetizers of baba ghanoush, hummus, some eggplant salad thing, a salad, and lots of bread. Well, some sort of wrap-y bread and some that was more like flat bread, but thick..To drink we all had water, ...

    Ackward experience

    A travel blog entry by zaynahcamp on Mar 14, 2013

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    My Jordan experience was one that I will never forget. When I arrived I had the option of going to a hotel or staying in the airport. I chose to stay at the airport for my 8 hour layover because my luggage had been checked straight to Dubai. I passed time walking around the tiny airport and people watching. At one point, a lady in a large group approached me and starting conversing in Arabic. The look on my face made it clear that I couldn't speak Arabic. After she ...