Al Deira

Address: Gaza City, West Bank and Gaza | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Gaza City, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Gaza City

    Day Fourteen- continued.

    A travel blog entry by melodyanne on Oct 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... do with the battle of Be'er Sheva .( second battle of Gaza,17 th. April 1917- the Australians were establishing a heliograph station on the mound - a wireless solar telegraph using morse code. ) •Next we drove to the Monument of the Negev Brigade,built to honour those who fell defending Israel during the 1948 Arab Israel war.Situated on a hill overlooking Be'er Sheva, on this concrete monument are engraved the names of the dead. Kelvin wanted to do some ...

    Surveying the Shephelah, Part I

    A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Oct 09, 2014

    7 photos

    ... to connect the walls. The inside was used to store produce of the land. Last, but not least, the Stonehenge of Gezer greeted our eyes. There was a blood libation altar in the middle of the monoliths, and it was probably similar to the type that Moses might have used when he sprinkled the blood over the people during the establishment of the Mosaic Covenant.

    Tell Es-Safi was our next major site; it has now been established as Goliath's ...

    Day 22 - We swim 427 metres below sea level

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 22, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... hand. Then came the story of how some 70 years later the Jewish rebels defended themselves against the Roman troops led by Flavius Silva. The giant earth ramp which the Romans built to try and take Masada can be clearly seen. Eventually, the truly heroic deed occurred just as the Romans were about to succeed in taking the stronghold when, rather than be captured to become slaves by the Romans, the 960 inhabitants of Masada ...

    2nd Weekend

    A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 21, 2014

    ... We went to sleep so late and I was so tired that I ashamedly slept until very late in the morning. Their other brother Muhammed had already left to take a final exam. We had planned to go to Jericho but instead we relaxed at their house and I got to try some new foods. I had pita with cheese, pita with zatta (a kind of spice) and a pumpkin/eggplant stuffed with rice and meat, which was delicious. After that, Muna and ...

    What a wondrous place this was

    A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure on Jun 15, 2014

    36 photos

    ... in the early 1900 and then consistently excavated since 1989 so there is a lot to see. . . I think . . . onto the pictures!

    Here is what you drive up to . . .it doesn't look like much but what is hidden below is wondrous!

    The pictures below are not necessarily in order of what we did or where we were . . .I sorted them by subject.