Dead Sea Spa Hotel

Salt Land Village, Dead Sea Region, 184194, Jordan | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $109.00

Travel Blogs from Dead Sea Region

Bells and Tunnels

A travel blog entry by milliputt

Our tour guide, Jim has packed so many phenomenal sites into this trip that it is hard to pick out things to share, but the Bell Caves were absolutely mind-boggling. In 638 BC, some Muslims were persecuting Christians - a remnant fled to an area west of Jerusalem, and began to carve out places to hide and still be able to worship. The ...

At the Bottom of the Earth

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... outside of Asia and the United States which uses CDMA technology, so we figured out that Anna was roaming on an Israeli network across the river. She proudly announced that she had four bars and reported back to her grandma that we were okay, but that she had just sold her mother for five camels. I don't think Jane was amused.

The greenhouses and farms ended quite abruptly, as we passed the only crossroads to the ...

Journey from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by greatescapes


... was born and raised in Israel and lived in Tel Aviv until she moved to the states in her late twenties. Her insight and passion for sharing Israel’s heritage and culture has been contagious; meeting her mother added a welcoming touch to our first morning in this unique country.

Next we visited the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot where we saw a presentation on Israel’s center of basic scientific research. ...

Our son is a Bar Mitzvah! Mazel Tov!!!

A travel blog entry by thegoldenbergs


What a great day and moment. Today Jakob became a Bar Mitzvah in a 2,000+ year old fortress. Masada has special meaning for Jews and Israelites who vow never to let Masada fall again which is meant to represent the continuity of the Jewish people. By having the ceremony there was especially meaningful as it literally connected Jakob to his ancestors and the land itself. It was meant to rain today and if so we would not have been able to go up ...

Jerusalem and the Battle within Judaism

A travel blog entry by rvenezia


... 8217;s side is very small. Women are banned from saying Torah verses out loud and wearing religious garments at the wall. Women of the Wall demand an hour, each month to pray at the wall out loud, while wearing religious garments. Throughout their 25 year history, when they went to the Kotel, they were heckled, spat at and have had garbage hurled at them, from Haredi men and women. Peggy told us all they want is the right to pray in the way ...

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