Crowne Plaza - Beersheba

Address: Mobile Post Dead Sea, Beersheba, 86930, Israel | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Mobile Post Dead Sea, Beersheba.
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Travel Blogs from Beersheba

Jesus stuff!

A travel blog entry by hillaryandcase on Mar 16, 2015

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... 8217;t say I didn’t like it, but it
definitely made me feel weird and that it just wasn’t me. I felt incredibly
selfish and spoiled getting such treatment in a war torn country that was
established by Holocaust survivors. Who am I to get such special treatment? Why
was it me, there in that moment, and not one of the other 7 billion people in
this world- the vast majority of which struggle just to survive every single
day. No one ...

Life on the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Feb 21, 2015

Hopped on a bus for Be'er Sheva which is the capital of the Negev desert region within Israel. My first night was Couch Surfing with a really interesting Israeli guy whose interests were outdoor survival techniques, medicine and generally finding shortcuts to life. He was 23 and had plans for retiring in 15 years time. The city itself is just a giant dust ball which the government tried getting people to move to to alleviate ...

Just rambling my thoughts

A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Oct 31, 2014

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I'm adding this entry basically because I didn't have one at Beersheba and I want the map here to track it. Let's see how it works adding it after. During this trip I have been taking one small stone at each important place. I write the name of the place down in a piece of paper and wrap the stone with it. They are for my mom and I hope one day I'll give them to her. So, it means I'm around thinking of my mom. Also thinking about my grandma. When writing the entries for the blog I ...

Onward to En Gedi

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Sep 29, 2014

37 photos

... and soak in the pounding sensations from above. After a group photo, it was time to hit the trail on the way back out.

Once we made it to the bus, we all grabbed our sack lunches from on our seats, under our seats, above our seats, or under the bus--wherever we had left them for the morning--and tried to squeeze onto the picnic benches that were the most shaded. That plan backfired on us when the hungry birds "encompassed us round about" ...

A Mountain Bathhouse

A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 07, 2014

20 photos

... on a mountain with homes and buildings hanging off cliffs much like I saw years ago in Cinque Terre, minus the Mediterranean. We started our visit at an orthodox temple that was home to "bathhouses," or what could be more properly identified as "mikvah," which are holy bodies of water meant for cleansing the body and soul. A man named Jonah met us and split our group into males and females. Men went with Jonah and the women went with another guide to the female section of the ...