Ramada Hotel & Suites Amman

28 Abdullah Bin Omar St., Amman, Jordan | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amman

The Mosque

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... and other commodities are cheap, crime rates are some of the lowest in the world, and it's very secure, all of which makes it a good place to visit. They have some of the great wonders of the world, like Petra, but surprisingly not that many tourists. Like the rest of the world, Jordan sees tourism as important and are targeting travelers, so get in while it's cheap and unspoilt. We've had a blast, and if you are not into sitting on a beach in Bali, you'll enjoy it ...

Desert Castles

A travel blog entry by baron2013


We said goodbye to our special Jordanian friends at 8.30am, with Mohammed driving us to 3 quite amazing and distinctively different desert castles. Qasr Al Kharaneh was a huge, square and impressive castle from around 700AD, possibly used as a guesthouse. At this point we were not far from Iraq or Saudi Arabia! Quseir Amra was an interesting, dome-roofed castle from the 8th C, famous for its rather incredible murals all over ...

I put my foot into the Jordan River.

A travel blog entry by raymond52


... 300 yards along the river bank. This structure stands in stark contrast to the simple wooden porch and well worn wooden steps that take pilgrims the last few feet to the water’s edge. A few people have plastic bottles that they are dipping into the river, while others are removing their shoes so they can put a foot into the gently flowing water. Being swept up in the moment, I give my camera to Kat, take my shoe off, and put my foot in the cool slightly muddy water.

Flying in

A travel blog entry by cdeal2014

... a glass of lemonade with mint. Different, but a good different, I think. For my entree I had this chicken thing in garlic and lemon that came with fries and mushrooms. It was ok--the hummus was sooo good, though, and the breads, too!

After dinner (the restaurant was only a minute or so walk from our hotel) we went to the mall (across the street from the hotel), so that we could pick up some stuff at the supermarket. I just got bottled water, ...

Jordan's Historic Sites

A travel blog entry by johnariale

... when God clearly has something else in store. Visiting Mount Nebo was a reminder that when we feel that tug from inside, we need to listen because we don't always know what God is trying to tell us to do.

The Ancient City of Jerash

For anyone fascinated with history, a visit to Jordan is a must. But for Rome itself, I'm not sure I have ever seen so many wonderful examples of ancient ruins than in Jordan. On Thursday, we visited ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 28 Abdullah Bin Omar St., Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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