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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... sheep. Now when I say that I mean the more unique pieces such as the head, intestines and stomach, which I actually tried. I must say I did not much care for any of it especially the eye which is considered a "delicacy" the last major thing we did was helping out at an orphanage for young boys, cooking and planting trees. It was great to actually do something as part of the community and the children I was told was the happiest they have been for a while after a day ...
... and am certainly not judgemental as I couldn’t think of a better place to be at the moment than with a cool pint of Guinness in an Irish bar. I wound my window down as yet another moron dressed in a traditional dish-dasher and a red and white patterned kheffeh head dress who stepped out in front of the car and I shouted: ‘feckin’ eejit!’ No response. Ah well! It was worth a try!!
Finally, we found a hill so drove up it, ...
... around Madaba, eating Dollar Dinners and dollar bakery goods, and playing Texas Hold’em with M&Ms. It was so nice to be with family and to explore these sites with company! I got to catch them up on all of my adventures and they filled me in on everything State side. But alas, it was time for them to go and time for me to get the hell out of Madaba!
Part Two: Backpacker (Meet the people. Learn the ...
... Cold Stone Creamery, and sooo much more.
So anyway, we left the metro, which supposedly dropped you off in the mall, but actually it dropped you off about a mile or so away from the mall. We walked through the glass tunnel to the mall, and I was so perplexed by the city, the metro, the mall, and the people. The city itself is unreal, and I cannot decide whether I love it or hate it. It was so clear that we were literally in the middle of the dessert. Naturally, ...
... is less than half the price of a coffee served in a cup, as that way you avoid taxes. As you can guess, I ordered a Turkish coffee to go. Somehow, something got lost in translation and I ended up with two Turkish coffees to go. I'm not really complaining about this. I'm addicted to the stuff.
Coffees in hand, I wandered downtown for a bit before checking out the Roman theatre and then the ancient citadel. The amphitheatre was impressive, as it's right ...