Ramada Hotel & Suites Amman

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

Meeting Royalty!

A travel blog entry by jamesmarlow92 on Apr 20, 2014

... behind all the knives, forks and plates for each of the seven fantastic courses. The courses weren't huge, and I was left feeling empty at the end, but who can complain when you're rolling with high society! I am certain that my meal with Dr Majid and guests - all of whom I can imagine are worth a combined total of comfortably more than $1billion - will long be the most glamorous meal I have had. One day I hope to be able to top it, but that will not be an easy ...

The Dead Sea and our first kibbutz experience

A travel blog entry by greatescapes on Feb 13, 2014

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... for the welfare of each adult member and child, and shared ownership of its means of production and consumption.

Sede Elyhu kibbutz is primarily agricultural with 2000 acres of land used for farming, as well as a Biobee production facility (one of the leading international companies in the field of biologically based Integrated Pest Management, Natural Pollination, and Medfly Control) and spice company, both of which are exported to countries all over the world and ...

Exploring the Labyrinth

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on Oct 12, 2013

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... and hummous, but it was the best falafel I have ever had! And at a price of 2 dinar! The Palestinian dessert Kristi introduced me to afterwards called 'kunafah' (best described as a fried sugary cheese dish) was easily the best thing I have eaten so far during my trip. She said she wouldn't let me leave the country without having tried it, so we joined a long line of locals in an alley in order to acquire some (which proves that if you see the ...

Desert Castles

A travel blog entry by baron2013 on Oct 12, 2013

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... in and spent our last few JD on some drinks, nuts, treats, oil and soap before boarding our plane at 4.45pm. Sadly, the Dubai ending we had in mind for this day didn't quite eventuate. Our plane had a computer failure and after several attempts at system re-booting, disembarking, eating, waiting and finally re-boarding we didn't lift off from Amman until 10.30pm ( the time we thought we would be taking the Dubai metro back to our ...

I put my foot into the Jordan River.

A travel blog entry by raymond52 on Jul 21, 2013

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... we approach the river along a dirt and rock path that leads past the remains of a barbed wire fence that just a few years ago prevented anyone from reaching the river because of landmines. As we approach the river, a lush stand of bamboo breaks through the desolate rock strewn landscape and restricts any direct view of the river making it even more mysterious. On the far side of the river the Israeli authorities have constructed a large white marble building that ...