Sunday, August 15, 2010

The Citadel, Amman

We took the girls to the Citadel yesterday while the boys went swimming with some neighbors. It's old. How old? Really, really old. And yet we were allowed to climb right up on the ruins to take pictures. It seemed almost sacrilegious.

Kyra posed next to every broken-down bit of Roman stone she could find. So here, in no particular order, are some very cute pictures, mostly of her.

On another note: today was registration day at the school, so we got our first look at the place. It seemed nice, but it was hard to tell, because they are still finishing some major construction projects, so we weren't able to wander beyond the cafeteria. Interesting to see if they finish by Tuesday, when school starts.

We're moving tomorrow, hurray! I've packed the suitcases for the last time.






5 comments:

A Daring Adventure said... [Reply]

I can't get over how blue the skies are there! So glad you got your camera back!

And your daughters... such gorgeous little things...

Hope the school turns out to be great!

FSO Hopeful said... [Reply]

One of the amazing things about Jordan is how up close and personal you can get to all of its historic sites. Eat a little fuul Kudsieya fo me!

LeesOnTheGo said... [Reply]

Jordan is in our top 10 list of places we hope to bid on. Glad to have a chance to read about your adventures there!

Connie said... [Reply]

We have yet to get to the Citadel... keep going to Jerash instead because we like it so much! One day we really need to branch out, but in the meantime Jerash is still fun ;) Your girls are adorable! Hope your move went well, and hooray for the first day of school!!

Shannon said... [Reply]

Great pictures! Jordan is rapidly climbing the ranks dream post!

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