RUM Hotels - Al Waleed

Address: Ali Nasouh Al Taher St., Amman, 11192, Jordan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ali Nasouh Al Taher St., Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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    Parents are finally here!

    A travel blog entry by kinjordan on Jul 09, 2015

    ... then went to Iftar at the Circassian culture center.

    At the Circassian culture center they were having a program for orphans and we helped out, it was a blast. They had free Iftar for them and then we played games and there was a bouncy house. The kids had a great time which is what really matters, and I had a lot of fun too.

    After the Circassian center we went ...

    Leisure activities to do in Oman – an except

    A travel blog entry by catalinaforbes on Jun 29, 2015

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    ... information about Dolphin Watching and how to set off on a watching tour.

    Taking Cruises

    Since the country is flanked by the sea, taking a cruise is quite a common activity. Omanis are fond of their waters. They love the bluish colour of their sea. You can take a cruise to villages like Kumzar village in the far north and enjoy sightseeing on the way.Many tour operators are available to organise cruises. Marina Bandar ...

    A long recap of days past

    A travel blog entry by ian_pickrel68. on Jun 13, 2015


    ... that we all went downtown and walked among the hectic and busy streets of the center of town. Countless small shops line the edge of the streets where a flurry of traffic passes by. We had lunch at a place called Hashams. After that full day I retired home to take reprieve for a day of class the next day. I can already tell that it will be a good semester here, our teacher who is just the sweetest person insists on teaching us the local Arabic by having us go into ...

    The English Patience - A study into its limits

    A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Mar 05, 2015

    ... He spoke no English but we got by on small talk in Arabic to the point where I asking what the name of his donkey way. He just looked at my strangely then shook his head to himself. He started a small fire and made some sweet sweet tea which he always carried around on his loyal donkey.

    One among many similarities I've picked up between Arabs and the British or American is that they too will just talk louder at you if you don't understand wha they're saying ...

    Jordan Rocks!

    A travel blog entry by mark.s on Nov 17, 2014

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    ... I’m sure someone would be willing to give him some product for it, then quickly shut the door! Hah My small group reconvened in the hotel restaurant, met our 4th colleague Sarah, and decided to see if we could coordinate our various itineraries to see if there was a way to share rides to any of these places. I swear, we needed a chalkboard and plans for D-day to figure this mess out. We decided that the Yalta conference would yield quicker results, gave up the ghost ...