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Jordan- Amman, Petra and Dead Sea

sunny 21 °C

Hey guys its me again! We just landed in Amman, Jordan its 11:55pm. We will have out personal driver waiting for us at the gate, so that's great since we are way to tired from our 18h 30m long flight. its to late to do anything now but go to our hotel and sleep.

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We just finished breakfast and waiting for our guide to come pick us up from the hotel to travel Amman.
the first spot our guide picked is the Amman Citadel is a historical site at the center of downtown. It is one of the seven L-shaped hill jabals that originally made up Amman.

next we are going to Jordan Archaeological Museum which is located in the Amman Citadel of Amman, Jordan. Built in 1951, it presents artifacts from archaeological sites in Jordan, dating from prehistoric times to the 15th century.

and the last place we went was Royal Automobile Museum. The Royal Automobile Museum is an automobile museum of all the automobile owned by the royal family. its a great place to go with family and children. I really enjoyed my trip there.

And that sums up our one day trip to Amman. All that's left is dinner and then its day two!

bye for now

DAY 2-
hey its day two! today we went to Petra. it is a famous tourist site in the southwestern desert. our guide said it was built around 300 B.C. and was the capital of the Nabatean Kingdom its a great place to go with friends and family. With its long walks and lots of souvenirs petra is a great place.


Today is our last day in jordan so our guide has decided that we do something realxing but adventures at the same time. the dead sea was a great place to have a swim and relax at the beach. the good thing about this place is that it has no sea creatures. Because of the amount of salt this sea has its imposible for any life to live live there. and the best part is that if you dont know how to swim its alright because you will flout in the water no matter what.

we have had a busy day. we will end the day with traditional jordanian food: Fasoulya Beyda which is white beans cooked in tomato sauce and served with rice.

jordan has been a great expeiance for my sister and i and we hope our next country will be as fun as jordan was.
not stop Armenia!

Posted by Mahnoork21 07:14 Archived in Jordan

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