Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center
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... skeleton of what would have been the Jordanian king Hussein's palace had he not lost control of the region the next year in 1968. To the west, water drains into the Sorek Valley, and to the east it drains into the Nahal parat. Because Gibeah is situated directly on top of the watershed inbetween, it was a critical traffic control city as well as guard on Jerusalem's weaker north side. It was in this location that the Levite and his concubine ...
... and then he remarked that our reservation was "for yesterday." I pointed out it was just after midnight. A spark of recognition, and then he began processing the paperwork. It might have been more amusing had we not been traveling for so long, but we watched incredulously as the man tried to photocopy my passport and driver's license. His copier was flashing an angry red light, and he was determined to hit ...
Just 30km from Amman, along the 5,000-year-old Kingsī Highway, is one of the most memorable places in the Holy Land. After passing through a string of ancient sites, the first city you reach is Madaba, known as the “City of Mosaics."
Best known for its spectacular Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics, Madaba is home to ...
... is that it is largely the mountainous eastern side of the Jordan Valley, facing Israel across the valley. Tough country... What we are also learning is that Jordan is even dirtier and untidier than Israel by a factor of many. It is disgraceful - rubbish just dumped anywhere, waste materials from building sites just left. Everything is also old and dirty. One reason for this might be that Jordan is a very poor country - much poorer than Israel. It's a tough country to live in ...
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In the evening we met a pleasant pair of Swiss ladies and had dinner with them on the wooden balcony of a local restaurant. We spoke a combination of English and French over kofta, schwarma and tasty but painfully ...