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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... day of our
orientation---move in day with our host families!! One of my sisters came to
pick me up from the SIT building and immediately began to tell me about how
much fun I was going to have during the semester and how she knew all the
greatest spots to hangout in the city--- exciting right? So in my family I have
a mama, baba, and three sisters (a set of twins who are 18 & one who’s 19).
We live in area not too ...
... collection of very blingy jewellery and tatty clothes shops. We soon found some sandals and flagged down another cab to go to The Citadel.
I think that even the most generous of souls would find it hard to describe Amman as an attractive city. It has almost no old buildings and due to several influxes of refugees it, like Athens, had to develop rapidly to house people. This has led to a somewhat tatty and disorganised ...
... old ruins. If you don't know already, we're not the typical "follow the clearly outlined path" sightseer. We follow the path, then veer off whenever it fancies us. And we love it best when we have acres to do it over in ancient ruins. So we did.
After having seen many sights in Jordan, ancient and not, I would recommend going to Jerash if only for its breadth.
... me away, but it was good to get out of the hostel for a few hours to walk around. Amman is just a generic big city. Busy, dirty, and not a great deal of atmosphere.
I’m heading to the airport tomorrow morning at 7am to catch my flight to Istanbul. I went there four years ago but didn’t have the best experience. I’m really looking forward to checking it out again and hopefully changing my opinion of ...
I decided to take a trip during my winter break to visit the Holy Land from Dubai. The rough itinerary followed was Dubai-Amman-Ramallah-Jerusalem-Nablus-T el Aviv-Jerusalem-Amman. Main goals were to see the historic places of the three religions, learn about the current Arab-Israeli conflict, and to understand how Israel became such a global powerhouse in science and technology.