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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Jordan Day 2: Amman Ajlun Jerash Salt

Itinerary Day 19:  Amman/ Ajlun/ Jerash/ Salt/ Amman (180 Km)
"Breakfast. Depart Amman to visit the town of Ajlun with its fortress; one of the best preserved examples of medieval Arab military architecture in the entire Middle East, which was once governed by Saladin. Enjoy the magnificent view into the Jordan Valley. Proceed to visit the Greco-Roman City of Jerash, also known as the City of the thousand columns. Jerash showcases the grandeur of Imperial Rome (and is sometimes referred to as the Pompeii of the East). It is considered one of the largest, and most well preserved sites of Roman architecture in the World outside Italy. As the most pristine Decapolis City (meaning ten cities in Greek) in the modern world, Jerash’s prosperity can be admired in the colonnaded main street and lovely Oval Piazza. Proceed to the Old Town Of Salt which is situated 29 km north of Amman. Salt is one of Jordan’s longest continuously inhabited cities, it contains a remarkable architectural and civic heritage including many recently opened museums. Return to Amman."
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Editors Note: I intend to pre-load and schedule automated blog posts with the daily itinerary for our Egypt and Jordan adventure. For those interested, this may be an easy way to follow along. Internet access is always a crapshoot. My hope is that by pre-loading the itinerary it will be easier to add some pics and journal commentary as time and the internet permits. If there are no pics or commentary, you'll just have to wait until we get back. Further!

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