Star Plaza Amman

Shmeisani, Amman, Jordan | Hotel
 

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Family's

A travel blog entry by desertfish

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... the other. Another thing is that before children have to start acting like adults there rant very many rules. They do whatever they want and if their parents don't agree they just make a disapproving noise and go on with their business, especially for the smaller children. Yesterday night Zaina's cousin Sara knocked on the door without any warning around 6 and was warmly invited in, then she stayed well past when Zaina had left ...

Amman in a Day

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel

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... is 2JD, which is more than reasonable when you think of comparable sites.

Afterwards it was down the hill to a viewpoint of the amphitheatre, before heading there and the Odeon – a smaller theatre off to its side. I hear both are still open for shows, but during the day, small groups of visitors gather to see this ancient performance space facing the Citadel and off a fairly busy street. The amphitheatre itself is also a good spot ...

Jerusalem to the dead sea

A travel blog entry by bigal09

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... scrolls. These scrolls they hid in clay jars to preserve them and they lay hidden for 2000 years until discovered by a Shepherd boy in 1947.

After lunch we head off along the Dead Sea on the Western site to our hotel for the next two nights. This afternoon at the hotel we get to go mud wrestling and then Larry down to dry with the muds on us. sounds like fun? We will see.

Oasis of En Gedi 40 min u teswalk in to the spring Pslam 57 162

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Floating In The Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by gregd999

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... 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 ...

Horse (camel) with no name

A travel blog entry by leighge

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... neither of us could pronounce) who soon had us at our hotel and was picking us up at 11am for a sightseeing tour of Amman, the capital. It was great to have a private tour guide, and Monty knew a lot about Jordanian history, plus we learned loads about life in Jordan and also how the current crises in Egypt and Syria are affecting things. Given it's location in the world (immediate neighbours include Egypt, Israel, Syria and Iraq), Jordan is quite stable and feels very safe. ...

Location

This hotel, located on Shmeisani, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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