Dead Sea Spa Hotel
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... s, so he did not feel comfortable doing that. Ala'a relayed some info for him. Evidently, Mohammed is a graduate of a university archaeology program, but there are not a lot of jobs in that field--rather like elsewhere in the world. And serving in the tourist police fulfils his military obligation, or at least some of it.
So after interesting talk, we arrived at Mount Nebo. The views from there are indeed spectacular but stark ...
... see it below.
Montefiore’s Windmill was built next to the first house constructed outside the city walls.
Moses Montefiore was an Italian Jew who also lived in England. He visited the Holy Land many times, and counselled the Jews to move outside the city walls if they ever wanted the land to develop and grow. It was dangerous outside the walls, but in 1860 Montefiore made the first move. The Windmill is a little museum, but was closed [ Shabbat].
The exhibit is very interesting, including the quality of the
handwriting for over 2,500 years ago. The parchment that the scrolls
were written on were made of animal skin and were kept in caves so the
weather wouldn’t affect them. We didn’t have much time to see much more
in the museum, but there was lots more to ...
... is something I will never forget and I am beyond happy that I was able to share in the fun and festivities. So thank you to everyone that opened their arms and homes and made me feel like the most welcome and the best fed guest EVER. Lots of luck and love was certainly felt not only from the Henna but also from all the special people that made this trip the best it could have been. Finally to Sarah and Roey and to your Disney Fairy Tale...may it be a happily ever after. ...
... three of the windows were damaged in the Six Day War, Chagall replaced them at the age of 88. Our next stop was Eim Karem which was the birthplace of John the Baptist. Mary also visited her cousin Elizabeth here while she was expecting Jesus (Luke 1:57-66). The village was peaceful and quiet, in sharp contrast to Bethlehem. We then spent time visiting the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum. ...