Caesar Resorts Deadsea Hotel

Address: Ein Bokek, Doar Na, Yam Hamelah 86980, Dead Sea Region, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ein Bokek, Doar Na, Yam Hamelah 86980, Dead Sea Region, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Jesus stuff!

A travel blog entry by hillaryandcase on Mar 16, 2015

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... enough background knowledge to fully appreciate it at the time...
Next we visited another larger Kibbutz. We got a tour and learned how they lived as socialists. They share parenting and never get to live with their kids. It was very cult like but they seemed to really like their lives. None of them earned salaries- their wages were automatically deposited into the Kibbutz fund and then distributed to everyone equally. At least there were palm trees and it was ...

Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by 2brokegirls on Mar 08, 2015

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... thousands of others. The Jordan border is right in the middle if the river only divided by a floating rope. They have soldiers standing on either side with guns but I think they mainly watch the women who come to baptise themselves. As the come out of the water it leaves little to the imagination especially when they just wear the white robe. Two of the young people in our group got baptised while there. When moved onto the caves where they found the Dead Sea scrolls. Then it was onto ...


A travel blog entry by marbu09 on Feb 05, 2015

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"Masada was the last bastion of Jewish freedom fighters against the Romans; its fall signaled the violent destruction of the kingdom of Judea at the end of the Second Temple period...Built by Herod, king of Judea, Masada was a palatial fortress in the style of the ancient Roman East. The camps, fortifications, and assault ramp at its base constitute the most complete surviving ancient Roman siege system in the world."

Quoted from Masada National Park brochure ...

Defying Gravity

A travel blog entry by labellevie on Nov 05, 2014

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... shore. This is also the largest natural source of water in Israel that is not utilized by humans!

Next stop.... get the bucket list ready... the lowest point on earth! I was so ecstatic to arrive here, it was like my cold bug vanished. I changed into my swimsuit and walked with Beni down the steep entrance to the "beach". Beni played the paparazzi for me as I swam, or rather, floated in the Dead Sea! This experience was unlike any ...

Day 25 - Caesarea and beyond

A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 25, 2014

... a pita bread and salad lunch, again with many bowls of interesting foods on our table. It was the first place we'd visited thus far in our stay in Israel where we saw significant numbers of people. It is obviously a popular spot for Israelis. After lunch we took a wander round the old port, looking at the archaeological ruins and appreciating more fully the scale of Herod's project to build an entire enclosed port and town. From there we drove ...

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