Dekel Guesthouse - Ramat Gan

46 Hamelek Josef St, Ramat Gan, 52354, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ramat Gan

Israel the land of Milk and Honey

A travel blog entry by landtosand


... finally reached the top and looked out on the sunset we realized all the complaining and the pain was worth it at the end. The Dead Sea was an experience of a lifetime. First you cover yourself with mud, then you walk into a salt filled sea. You may not believe that you actually can float, but it is so true! You walk in lay back and are autimatically floating- it was awesome!! After a ...

Breakfast with the Vicar of Baghdad

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint


... of fruits tell you not only that this climate works for a wide variety of crops, but that the culture values experimentation and diversity. The shakshouka, pita, hummus, smoked fish, za’atar, cabbage rolls, and pickled vegetables (cucumbers, artichokes, peppers and beets) announce that Israel is home to not only middle Eastern Jews, but those from Eastern Europe, Western Europe, and North Africa, as well to Arabs. And the complete lack of pork ...


A travel blog entry by levy2013


... Ashkenazi synagogue with an English caretaker to give us history on how the Bimmah has a piece of shrapnel in it from 6 day war. We also went to another Toledo synagogue which was very pretty and still had the traditional decorations up from Simchat Torah.

If you want to look up any of the historical places we've been to for more detail is recommended by our guide.

Of course there was one thing we had to buy - the ...

Dead Sea day

A travel blog entry by teresav

... further below sea level. When we were almost to the Dead Sea, we stopped at the Ahava store, which sells cosmetics and body stuffs with Dead Sea minerals, salt, and mud. Ofelia bought the whole store, and I picked up a few gifts for friends and family. We went to -417 meters sea level, aka, the Dead Sea, which is a misnomer, because it's actually a lake. Alright, I know you've heard that the sea is salty, but that's a lie. The Red Sea is salty. The ...

Back in Ramat Gan, and the iPad is functional!

A travel blog entry by teresav


... on board who were willing to "get down" in such a way that.... Yea I'm not going there, anyways! The group of girls I was there with weren't one of those three females, so we spent most of our time avoiding guys, and fending them off by telling them that we liked girls instead of guys. It was the only way. But even then, they didn't believe any of us, so that was one plan of attack that sunk. I think we used every excuse short of "I want to focus on my career right ...

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This hotel, located on 46 Hamelek Josef St, Ramat Gan, is near Neve Tzedek, Dolphin Reef, Underwater Observatory Marine Park, and Timna National Park.
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