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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      Travel Blogs from Aravot Hajarden

      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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      ... into over an hour. Apparently St George's likes to do what it can to support the Palestinian people in this way. They did have some lovely things there! Enough of this frivolity! Back on track and off to the Church of the Nativity. This is another of those situations like the Holy Sepulchre where the "Status Quo" arrangements are in place. In this instance, I think the Armenians are in control and the Greeks have some rights while the Catholics have limited ...

      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 ...

      Conquering my fears

      A travel blog entry by jordanlaww on Jul 08, 2014

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      ... performing live music on the street and it was really nice because it kind of reminded me of Austin!

      Last night, I went exploring with my new Irish friends I met at the hostel in Jerusalem, and afterwards we went to the market and then stopped to grab some dinner in the new city. They were both architects who are currently living in London and I really appreciated hearing their opinions on life and the world at large. ...

      You don't know the GOOD without the BAD

      A travel blog entry by thiswim on May 26, 2014

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      ... with my hijab and I looked up. The stranger I had seen from afar was actually quite handsome with startling blue eyes, strong hands, and deep caramel colored skin. I couldn't help just staring at him. That was the day I met my real husband, my loving husband, Roni. We quickly grew fond of each other and after 4 weeks he proposed, even with my baby belly! Before the baby was born we decided we wanted to make one last move to Damascus. So the next day we packed up our stuff and ...