Almog Holiday Village

Address: Kibbutz Almog, Aravot Hajarden, 90665 , Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Kibbutz Almog, Aravot Hajarden.
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      Day Fourteen- continued.

      A travel blog entry by melodyanne on Oct 30, 2014

      •The park has a small hill in the centre of it ,the Besor Spring emerges at the foot of it,creating a warm water pool.( 1 Samuel 30:9 )During WW 1, Australian soldiers found a Byzantine church mosaic here , now on display at the war memorial in Canberra.Shades of the Elgen Marbles?Kelvin walked us upto this hill before we left, it is known as the Shal'lal Memorial.There was a battle here I think in WW1,but ...

      Dead Sea Float

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... to cancel the Israel portion of our trip when we saw this.
      Along the road we also had a brief stop to see Lot’s Wife salt statue which Biblical legend has it is the remains of Lot’s Wife (imaginative name) who was turned to sand when she looked back whilst fleeing the city of Sodom during its destruction.
      From here it was onto our lunch and swimming destination at Amman Beach Tourism Resort.Lunch was a buffet of various Jordanian ...

      Ein Kerem & Bethelem

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... in the Gospel of John so that's a nice way to tie it all together in this church. The other remarkable thing, which I'm sure Maureen would have loved when she saw it, is that there are paintings of five women from scripture featured on the wall of whom I can only remember Anna, Esther and Judith. I could understand if this church had been built post Vatican II but I understand it dates from the 1940s so it's quite surprising to see the women so honoured. Next ...

      Day 21 - Departure and arrival.

      A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 21, 2014

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      Sunday morning in Istanbul, and the traffic was really light. Our maniacal minibus driver took a mere 15 minutes for a trip which should take at least thirty. As we walked into the terminal, we were confronted with a huge mass of humanity. It was like being in the midst of a football finals crowd, or at least what we imagine one would be like. The airport terminal is huge and modern. Maybe it isn't as big as the likes of Singapore, Dallas or Frankfurt, but surely ...

      Field Day!

      A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 30, 2014

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      ... needless to say the kids had a blast with it!!! We had small tunnels for the younger kids and gradually got bigger to the super tunnel. I will like to let everyone know that though there is not a photo to prove it I did crawl through the super tunnel successfully :) and amazingly (while laughing my *** off.)

      Activities included a small obstacle course, and ladder climb were they had to get the stuffed animals at the top, walk the plank, ...