Rio Jordan Hotel

Queen Rania Al Adullah Street, Amman, Jordan | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amman

Floating In The Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... it's quite hard to walk over.

It's almost impossible to swim underwater, though you don't want to try as the salt will damage your eyes and mouth. Standing up from the floating position is really hard, because you can't get your legs to go down underneath you. However, it's meant to be really good for your skin, and the beaches are visited by many people with skin issues as a treatment. A good shower afterwards was a must, and then it was back on the bus ...

A NGO to End All NGOs

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders

... a good start I'd like to expand on her idea by proposing that SWB set up formal partnerships with local NGOs in developing nations with the aim of providing them with volunteer strippers where a development goal which can be solved (even partially) through titillation has been identified.

Anyway so feel free to contribute ideas to refine this proposal, I think it has a chance to be the NGO to end all NGOs!

Horse (camel) with no name

A travel blog entry by leighge


... Highway to Wadi Rum. We visited another crusader castle on the way in Karak, complete with stables and ancient plumbing and then had the long drive to our destination (and lunch!). Wadi Rum was made famous (to the west) by TH Lawrence (or Lawrence of Arabia) who helped lead the Arab Revolt in the early 20th century. We arrived at our campsite in the late afternoon, and immediately saw that it was not the usual sort of camping. There was a dance floor and huge speakers ...

Local Locomotion: Action on the Ground

A travel blog entry by kewatki2


... Israeli conflict. Many people here are of Palestinian descent, citizens of Palestine, but not allowed back. They must remain in Jordan without the rights of a citizen. No way to go home; trapped in between. This is also the reason for the symbol of the key. Over many refugee camps and decorating many Palestinian’s homes are keys, representing the ownership of homes to which the people can never return. I can’t imagine the pain these people must feel. ...

Coffee, Coffee, Coffee, TEA!

A travel blog entry by kewatki2


... part with Erin's leg.. as you will see in the photos! Nonetheless, the humor of my fear along with the amazing sights made this castle a trip to remember. We stopped for a huge paid lunch on the way home and ate the most delicious pita I have ever tasted.. right out of a brick oven! Not sure what kind of meat I was eating, but it was wrapped up with hummus and babaganoush, so I didn't really ask questions. Maybe lamb? There was this man who just sort of popped up on our ...


This 3 star hotel, located on Queen Rania Al Adullah Street, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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