Rama Hotel

Address: Abdullah Goshe Street, Amman, 11831, Jordan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Abdullah Goshe Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, National Archaeological Museum, and Qasr al-Kharrana.
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        A travel blog entry by kinjordan on Jun 17, 2015

        ... good. Next time I think we'll go with a mint flavor, but we'll see. A guy we all met at the hotel on the first night met us for ice cream afterwards which was really fun, he told us some nice places to go in the city.

        We didn't end up going to Jerash with our host family, but hopefully I'll get to go sometime. My host brother and I have plans to do something fun (according to him) ...

        Not mad for Madaba - death wish city!!

        A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jun 07, 2015

        3 comments, 16 photos

        ... all, who wants to look at a jigsaw with many of the pieces missing!!!

        We strolled around the narrow streets for about another 40 minutes. It should have been less but here, the streets have no logical formation making it very disorientating to those who have a very good sense of direction. Every street we turned into was crowded with stores and shoppers with many stores displaying their goods; anything from carpets, soft furnishings, bric-a-brac, ...

        Hidden Treasures

        A travel blog entry by rachellez on Apr 11, 2015

        1 comment

        ... seriously was so beautiful. After sliding down a mini waterfall into a small knee deep pool, we got to the location of our first descent. This was a mini descent just to practice and learn how to abseil or repel. We learned how to make ourselves drop lower and how to break and position our bodies. Let me just say the first was by far the most challenging. I didn't understand that we were supposed to lean back a lot; I was a little all over the place, but I improved al ...

        Our first trips out alone

        A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Mar 24, 2015

        11 photos

        ... try their falafel sandwiches. They had two sizes, small in a pita pocket, and large in a filled roll type roll. We opted for a pita one, and ordered one each. They cost the equivalent of .80c each and were delicious. From there we headed up to Baraka Mall - security is tight at the malls. Men get frisked and women have their bags searched. I find it quite reassuring. This is quite a small mall, but tonight we got told ...

        So It's Been Awhile...

        A travel blog entry by rachellez on Feb 19, 2015

        2 comments, 54 photos

        ... Americans. I met three girls who were all my age or
        slightly younger. I found out that they were all studying to be computer
        engineers. I was surprised by this, even in America it’s more likely that men
        will study engineering. But there in front of me sat three intelligent women
        pursuing a male dominated field of study. The girls were very friendly, and
        they told me all about their lives. They made it all seem so much more ...