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Windmills in Amman – the Tawaheen al-Hawa Restaurant

This is only a short review of a restaurant I visited on my tour in Amman, capital of Jordan. As I had a hotel with half board I didn’t need to eat at lunch at all but being with a … Continue reading

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Sweet Jordan – a Stop in a Pastry Shop of Amman

I asked our guide to have a stop in a bakery somewhere just to see all the sweetness of the Jordanian culture. I love Arabic pastries, they are sweet but so incredibly delicious. My wish came true and we visited … Continue reading

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Walking Through the Hadrian’s Gate in Gerasa

It was like in impact: the first sight of the Hadrian’s gate in Gerasa. It is not even the entrance of the city itself but definitely the most beautiful gate I have ever seen in all the places I have … Continue reading

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The Valley of the Moon with Sunshine

Deserts have something special: they frighten and they are magic at the same time. I have been in a few deserts in North Africa before though I was very curious about this Wadi in Jordan. Wadi is the Arabic word … Continue reading

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Pella – a Christians’ Escape?

I didn’t expect anything great but was very surprised when getting to Pella. A Roman city, very small and not too much remains to see. Pella has a very long history to tell. It was already in the Neolithic period … Continue reading

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