The smaller amphitheater, the Odeon, in Amman's city center.
Near the Odeon in Amman's city center.
The Roman Amphitheater in Amman's city center.
This is a street in the old city center near the Roman Amphitheater. I don't know why I didn't take a picture of the Nymphaeum, the Roman bath, on the other side of that chain link fence.
The Nymphaem in Amman's city center.
This is the street we lived on. Our apartment was in the tall building on the left.
Eating out at Kaan Zamaan.
Andrew, trying to get us kicked out of the Jordan Folklore Museum.
Al Ain in Amman.
Amman Mall. This was the most upscale shopping center when we lived there. Other larger and more modern malls have opened since.
Mosaics at Amman's Museum of Popular Traditions.
Al Ain. This is a mosque in the valley between Jabal Amman and Jabel Natheef.
Al Reem. The best shawarma in the world!
The giant coffee pot is found in a garden in Wast al Balad, that is, the city center.
When you contract entamoeba histolytica, that is a gastrointestinal infection by amoebas, the way you know for certain is to examine a stool sample under a microscope. We took Andrew to get him checked out, and the verdict: Amoebas, abundant.
Kendall and Andrew, col' chillin' in Wast al Balad, that is, the old city center.
Outside the Jordan Folklore Museum and the Roman Amphitheater.
Kendall at Amman's Museum of Popular Traditions.
Andrew, demonstrating the proper use of a giant serving dish at the Jordan Folklore Museum.