Ein Gedi - Beit Sarah Guest House

D.N. Dead Sea , Ein Gedi, Dead Sea Region, 86980, Israel | Hostel
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Judean Desert

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown


... dry river bed). It was basically the same as all our lunches: romaine, tomatoes, olives, hummus, red peppers, and lunch meat instead of chicken or lamb kebobs

One stop overlooked the Dead Sea. We could see the evaporation ponds where they mine the minerals out of the water. Very similar to the Great Salt Lake in Utah. They get sodium chloride of course; but also potassium, magnesium and calcium. Another product of the ...

Masada, Israel

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown


We checked out of another beautiful hotel and rode the bus to the Old City for our last visit.

We walked through the old tunnels of the Wailing Wall. Most of the Western Wall is actually underground. They are excavating and keep finding more layers underneath. We emerged and followed Stations 2 through 5 of Jesus' walk to Cavalry.

Along the route to the Dead Sea, we stopped at a Bedouin village, Lakia. The Israeli government is ...


A travel blog entry by maxcrosby


... red, rocky earthy.  All along, though, you can see where you’re going, heading for the high station for the cable car.  Up top, it’s pretty cool.  The views of the valley and the Dead Sea are amazing.  For those don’t know it, the story of Masada in a nutshell… way, way back around 70 CE, a group of about 1,000 Jews, perhaps the last of the "free tribes" were cornered ...

Rosh Pina to the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby


... Tahila and took our time leaving.  We drove South, stopping in Tel Aviv.  I'd voted against the Banias Reserve (3 hours extra), so we went for spending a few more hours in Tel Aviv, seeing more of the beach and taking advantage of the bike share. Nick scoped out that parking by the old port/stadium would be good (lots of lots), but we opted to park too close to the old port which now a converted upscale ...


A travel blog entry by ggrunberg


Today we're off to Masada, probably one of the greatest stories that took place during the Jewish rebellion against the Romans in 70 AD by the Zealots.

Then to Caves of En Gedi where David confronted Saul who with 3000 men were trying to kill David ...


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