Beit Sarah Guest House

Address: Ein Gedi, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea Region, 86980, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ein Gedi

Holy Mushekel (Problems)

A travel blog entry by rachellez on Apr 19, 2015

2 comments, 53 photos

... back to the border, where you need to switch cabs to get to the actual border area. Then you pay the exit fee, buy a bus ticket, and head to the other side. Then when you get to the other side, you get your visa then take a bus to Jerusalem. We got to our hostel, dumped off our stuff then walked around the new city. jerusalem is divided between the old and the new city; the old city being where all of the religious things are. That night we walked around and ate delicious ...

Lowest place on earth

A travel blog entry by stebsbunny on Feb 16, 2015

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Monday morning we had the honour of taking the hour and a half trek past Jericho to the Dead Sea 1200 feet below sea level. The dead see is cut right down the middle for the border of Jordan and Israel. The water is amazing. As you could imagine the water is so salty and buoyant, when you lay flat you're body is literally half out of the water just floating. No drowning here. The water is ...


A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 14, 2015

14 photos

... in the 12th century by the Crusaders, but as time passed it fell into disuse and was eventually taken over by the Catholic Church. Deb knew that this church has a reputation for its acoustics, so she and Jordy sang. The acoustics were really exquisite, and it sounded 'heavenly' - hauntingly beautiful.
Sim had squeezed into some illegal parking spot somewhere, and it was time to vacate that spot. Our next venue was the 'wailing wall' but it's now more popularly known as ...

Jersalem, Garden tomb, Upper room, Bethlehem

A travel blog entry by cassy.krueger on Jan 02, 2015

9 photos

... the presence of Christ in this place. Taking communion now will always remind me of this time and place.

2ND stop - upper room, this is where Christ knew he was going to be betrayed. He knew the pain he would endure for me. Where my Lord observed Passover with his disciples.

3rd stop - tomb of the prophet Samuel.

Lunch in Bethlehem, first time to have a swarm, a pita filled with ...

Masada, Ein Gadie, Mt. Nebo

A travel blog entry by cassy.krueger on Jan 01, 2015

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... went through Masada palace where king Herod built a get away palace. But once the Romans took over in 70 ad they destroyed Jerusalem and burnt everything. A palace built in 3 tiers up the side of a mountain. We rode a sky tram to the top.

Finished the evening in a grand hotel called the Oasis in Palestine.

The prayers of the Muslims put me to shame. They pray 4 times a day and start at 4:55 am. Tried to keep up with them at 4:55 ...