Sultan Hotel

Salah el deen Str, Amman, 11115, Jordan | Hotel
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Depart Cairo for Amman and on to Damascus

A travel blog entry by radsolv

Saturday 24 August 2002 9 AM to Syrian Embassy to pick up my Visa then to airport. Royal Jordanian Air to Amman, bus downtown, service taxi to Damascus, Sultan Hotel *** I may come back to this entry again to fill in more detail but in order to remove the draft status and make it available for viewing I will just make a few sketchy comments. ***


A travel blog entry by desertfish


... 12:30, then walked home by herself. This seems normal for Jordanians and not just with youth but with all ages. We have received spontaneous guests or have visited other family members with no warning at all. Family's are very close here and though we have been at other peoples houses or they have been here every night, sometimes multiple different groups in one day, I have yet to meet someone's they aren't somehow related to in some ...

Amman in a Day

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel


... for a break after the hike down from the Citadel as you can watch Jordanians (non Amman residents) and tourists come and go in the space. "Brunch" turned out to be a green slushy off a street vendor – perfect for quenching first and escaping from the heat.

Continuing along, I find the Jordan Tourist info, perfect stop for grabbing a map, except the map is quite unusable – huge (about 1/3 the size of a bed) and only the ...

Zacchaeus' Tree

A travel blog entry by roughroadpilgri


The tree in the picture is said to be up to 2000 years old, but I have real doubts about the claim. The sycamore tree that Zacchaeus climbed is not the sycamore we know about in the US, rather it is a kind of fig called Ficus sycomorus. Its fruit is edible and significant uses in desert climates in the ancient near east. Even Amos was called a dresser or tender of the fruit (Amos 7:14). ...

Floating In The Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... slow grind back up the hill on the way back to the hotel.

Not the kind of scene I expected to see out the bus window. Snow (well at least the ice left behind after the snow) in big piles. They has a big snowstorm about 10 days ago, and it still hasn't melted. Snow in Jordan!

Out to another Jordanian restaurant with the group for tea. The house specialty was cooking meals in sealed earthenware pots, then cracking them open with a huge machete at the ...


This hotel, located on Salah el deen Str, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Amman Tourist Beach, and Lawrence's Spring (Ain Shalaaleh).
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