Dead Sea Spa Hotel
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... an explanation of the area from our guide we took the opportunity to walk around the sight, unfortunately we couldn't go into the church as it is under restoration however we got to see the mosaic floor that had been transplanted outside along with a small museum before we were given a spectacular view of the Dead Sea for the last time as well as Israel & Palestine all of which were serenely sat in the sun rays piercing the clouds.
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... happened at the Pool of Siloam? Comment if you know. As I said, the one that we came out in was Byzantine, but the 1st C location has been partially uncovered, so we went that way. The steps along the side of the pool where people would sit are uncovered, but the rest of the site is still buried. Now that is a dig I would love to part of. I would love to see more of it uncovered and maybe even filled with water again. Since 2009, when I was here last, ...
Every morning in Israel I have awaken up before my set time that I have to be at work. I will say though don't be too surprised as in the states I am always awake at 5:45am for work and here in Israel I do not report to work till a whopping 9:30am. So yes every single day is a sleep in, read, eat, and relax before I have to go to the kindergarten room. This morning I brought my copy of the Why still care about Israel book I have been reading in an attempt ...
... doors and windows. It’s a nice aesthetic, but it makes sense- I
just looked it up- that it might be affiliated with the “Fresh Kitchen” chain.
I had an “Ottomon-style” shakshouka, eggs poached in a skillet of tomatoes,
peppers, onions, spinach and feta. Of course, it came with an Israeli salad,
which is just a tremendous way to start the day. Max got a strange-looking
Greek dish with philo dough, ...
... stores, and boutiques. It is also a 15-minute walk to the Jaffa Gate of Old Jerusalem. The apartment was really nice, with plenty of room, and Anna was very glad to have a room all to herself for a few nights...not to mention a great bathroom and shower.
We asked for dinner recommendations, not knowing the area and equally uncertain what the Passover restrictions might present. We decided on a ...