Arad Hotel

6 Hapalmach Street, Arad, Israel | Hotel
 

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Day 7 - Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by katemonster8

... able to prevent the revolt and therefore the destruction of the Temple.

We had a blast at the Dead Sea. The belle of the ball was Katie with a birthday hat and orange rimmed sunglasses and mud all over her face and body. You are supposed to look and feel 10 years younger – we acted 10 years old with the mud on our bodies and floating around on our backs and being silly.

Two last thoughts:

1) ...

Mount of Beatitudes, Dan, Caesarea Philipi, Bental

A travel blog entry by oomstravels

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... out over the Sea of Galilee. We were invited guests at the table of the Nyquests' .We had great conversation and great food.
It was a wonderful evening. Dad and I watched the moon rise over Sea of Galilee.

Tomorrow we leave this area and head down south to the Dead Sea. We hope to get a massage and spa treatment when there with the world renowned Dead Sea salt/mineral products.

Shevua Tov (Hebrew for "have a great week") ...

In the beginning

A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure

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... If you haven't been to the Toronto airport, at least in the international section they have a pretty impressive waiting area There are tablets at every seat and all around the tables.When you want to order you just click on attendant . . .very nice.

Mark found me without any problems. Took a taxi from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Hung out in the apartment in the afternoon and went for a nice dinner at Polly's along ...

We leave Tel Aviv with a bang

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint

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... with a roof but no sides. Under the tent was a long bar, behind which were some refrigerators and sinks. In front of the bar the dirt floor was mostly covered by dusty rugs. Scattered around were dilapidated sofas and overstuffed arm chairs with low tables across from them. A few people sat in the sofas, drinking beer, playing board games, or drawing with their children.

I walked up to the bar and asked for a beer. The bartender was a man ...

Combatants for Peace

A travel blog entry by donnartw2012

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... around Rachel's tomb. The area was fairly bleak in appearance, but painted on the high walls was a bucolic image of what the site looked like before the erection of the wall. We passed by one of the checkpoints that the Palestinian's must walk through (no cars are allowed to cross) in order to enter Jerusalem. It looked pretty menacing, with lots of barbed wire on top of the "separation wall." Construction of the wall began in 2002, and most Israelis ...

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This hotel, located on 6 Hapalmach Street, Arad, is near Old City Jaffa, Shuk Hapishpeshim, and Kikar Kedumim.
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