Jordan

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Rough Guides, 2002 - Travel - 474 pages
THE ROUGH GUIDE TO JORDAN is the essential handbook to the Middle East's most alluring destination. Features include: Full-colour section introducing Jordan's highlights. Detailed accounts of all the sights and attractions, including the ancient city of Petra, the Red Sea resort of Aqaba and the desert cliffs of Wadi Rum. Up-to-the-minute reviews of the best places to eat, drink and stay - in all price ranges. Practical guidance on experiencing the unspoilt natural environment, from diving in the Red Sea to trekking and wildlife spotting, plus informed background on history, religion, art, politics and nature. Maps and plans for every region.
 

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Contents

contexts
5
basics
8
Travel from neighbouring countries
16
lnsurance
23
Getting around
32
Food and drink
39
guide
50
O Amman 73128
73
The Dead Sea
129
O Jerash and the north 153193
153
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About the author (2002)

Matthew Teller is an experienced and accomplished travel writer. He has lived and worked in England, Egypt, Jersusalem, and elsewhere. He speaks English, Arabic, and Hebrew. He is author of The Rough Guide to the Cotswolds, The Rough Guide to Jordan, and The Rough Guide to the Italian Lakes (with Lucy Ratcliffe).

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