Imperial Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsImperial Palace Hotel Amman
hotel située à 30 min. de l`aéropôrt QUEEN ALIA iNTL AIRPORT et
;a 10 min du centre ville d`Amman.
Situé dans le prestigieux quartier de West Amman, le 4th Circle
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... hopefully a little more rational that a whim, and a little more sophisticated than a 30 second sound byte on the evening news. As always, we will keep you posted on our whereabouts - In photographs and stories - and I promise not to do anything too "adventurous." I am reminded of that well known fortune cookie wish: "may you live in interesting times." A redundant fortune to wish, really. Aren't we always living in interesting times? Perhaps it ...
... several thousand feet above sea level -- let alone Dead Sea level -- there is a constant breeze as air is convected upwards. It means the air is very crisp and exceedingly clear. It forms a little microclimate, and the castle is surrounded by large pine forests. They are, in fact, the southern-most pine trees in the northern hemisphere.
We had a fun time climbing through and around ...
... 2 hours) down to the Petra site, which is situated about two thirds of the way down Jordan (which is also a small country like Israel). Just about all of Jordan this side of Amman is desert type mountains, so very dry, dusty and little vegetation. Definitely very little agriculture, and the farming seems to be limited very much to sheep and goats. At one stop we even see water tankers filling troughs on the hillside for goats to drink out of. We can see that the geography of ...
... where Jordan, Syria and Israel meet, so I'm not quite sure whether its such a good idea.
But anyhoo, I will go south first, and after all, Jordan is not very big so one can get to and through quite quickly provided that one finds the rare public transport one needs - there's no north-east through route as the country is broken up by nature reserves that, for some strange reason, are not being circumscribed by the public buses, but only service taxis and ...
... his Ministry. Many of the caves that would have been used for shelter in that time are now used by a monastary on the mountain. A last stop in Jericho was for some dates - huge, and delicious (and a key export of this region). We also tried some Sycamore nuts which are also very tasty. The are like a peanut encased in a sugary middle shell with another nutty shell on the outside. From Jericho we headed out to ...