Rio Jordan Hotel

Queen Rania Al Adullah Street, Amman, Jordan | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by desertfish


... in her room, so naturally I took a nap too. When I woke up at 5 it was to a lot of noise. Everyone was up and preparing for Ramadan. First, Rana cleaned every inch of the house. I don't know if I've mentioned this but instead of mopping, people here pour buckets of water on the floor and wipe it toward a drain in the floor, and not just homes but the hotel we stayed at as well as souvenir shops and tourist sites we've been to also clean this way. For dinner ...


A travel blog entry by bigal09


... the palace. It was also here that Jewish zealots lived for 3 years until the Romans managed to build a ramp up the side of the mountain. The zealots committed suicide rather than be enslaved or killed by the Romans. We could still sense the sadness within the walls of the ruins. In 5th century some byzantine monks inhabited the ruins of Masuda and built a church there. Since then the site has not been occupied. The trip to Masada was a highlight of ...

Floating In The Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... checks, and Arabs from the east side of the Jordan (Jordanians) got to wear red and white checks. At least they then knew who to shoot at. Don't say I never teach you anything!

Back in the bus after a couple of hours exploring, to retrace our tracks to Amman, then west down a dirty great big, long hill to the Dead Sea. Amman is 600m above sea level, and the Dead Sea is roughly 400m below, the lowest point on the planet, so we descended about a kilometre in ...

From Torah to Koran

A travel blog entry by salmorton01

... very small - it would be easy to stay the whole time in Tel Aviv, say, and simply drive to each area each day. Worth going to purely for a restful holiday? No, not at all. TA is the only place to go to for that, and there are many other places around the world much better. The overall history and religious connotations are what make it worth visiting. You have to make an effort to follow what is going on ...

You Really Do Float in the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by raymond52


Our drive from Petra north to the Dead Sea takes us from Petra's nice warm temperatures, over a cold and blustery mountain and down a harrowing drive to the water of the Dead Sea. However, instead of seeing a dead landscape with salt covering everything in sight, we huge truck farms where tomatoes and other vegetables are grown for the Jordanian markets. The area has numerous rivers and streams that flow down from ...


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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