The Olive Branch Hotel

Ajloun Road, Jerash, Jordan | Resort
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This resort is located on Ajloun Road, Jerash.
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    Travel Blogs from Jerash

    June 4, 2014

    A travel blog entry by milliputt on Jun 04, 2014

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    Journey in Jordan We bid Israel goodbye, crossed back over the Jordan River and returned to Amman to view the Citadel, ruins of the site where David sent his men to fight the Ammonites, and the valley below it where a Palestinian refugee camp still exists from the 1967 war. We then took the road of the Beka Valley, another refugee camp and site of the Allied ...

    To the city of Jerash

    A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on May 25, 2014

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... reconstructed. It is where the gladiators jousted and races were held.

    We saw the Temple to Zeus.

    And the Oval Plaza, ie, the town square.

    We walked along the splendid avenues lined with graceful colonnades.

    We passed by the Temple to the Water Nymphs.

    We saw the Temple to Artemis.

    Then we drove another 45 minutes to the Fortress in Ajlun. We passed fertile green hills lined with olive groves. ...

    A Tale of Two Cities

    A travel blog entry by moinmotion on May 11, 2014

    5 photos

    Known as the "Pompeii of Asia", the ruins of the Roman city at Jerash are the most intact I've seen anywhere so far. Butting up against the edge of the modern day city, the site includes a forum, 2 amphitheatres, an obvious "Cardo Maxiums" (main north/south artery) with perfectly aligned columns, temples to Zeus and Artemis, a cathedral and a Nymphaeum (fountain), among other structures, mostly from around the 1st century AD. It wasn't much of a stretch ...

    Machine guns, No Man's Land, and a Grumpy Man

    A travel blog entry by poon on Apr 21, 2014

    ... 100m in no man's land between Jordan and Israel, spontaneously shared a cab with a Spanish couple to the bus station, nearly got on the wrong bus, and finally got to our hostel where we ended up getting the super duper grumpy bald dude at front desk that we read we should avoid. As luck would have it, he was the one we ...

    Shabbos in Nablus

    A travel blog entry by danialw on Dec 28, 2013

    1 photo

    ... of Samaria (in the north). These two kingdoms were political rivals and the differences in government led to differences in religion as well. As a result, the Samaritans practice "original" Torah practices such as animal sacrifice, Mezuzahs, and building a temple but not later Jewish practices such as Talmud study, studying Rabbinical texts, and not having a holy temple. The Samaritans revere a mountain called Mount Gerizim as their holy place and ...