Ein Bokek Hotel

Address: Mobile Post, Dead Sea , Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, 86930, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mobile Post, Dead Sea , Ein Bokek.
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Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

The Tabernacle and the seas

A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Nov 03, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... la importancia del Tabernáculo y leemos acerca de el tantas veces. La presencia de Dios vivía en el tabernáculo y era el lugar donde el Sumo Sacerdote iba a ofrecer sacrificios por los pecados del pueblo de Israel. Estar aquí me hizo recordar a mi abuelita. Gracias a ellas conocí a Cristo y las primeras historias de la Biblia las oí de ella. Deseé que ella estuviese ahí conmigo, le hubiese encantado. Así que todas las fotos ...

Dead Sea Float

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 08, 2014

10 photos

... one more stop in what was a very long day, the final stop was slightly impromptu so much so that everyone had left for the day. Our fearless leader though was on the phone and within a couple of minutes we were in a mosaic school that provides training and employment for disabled persons. We were shown how the mosaics were created both historically and today as well as how faux mosaics are etched and fired. After this we got to wander the showroom ...

Ups, Downs and All Arounds!

A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 16, 2014

18 photos

... mountainous landscape that I was driving through. It is part of the Judean Desert. I went through one Israel check point with no problems and, in the distance, I could see the shimmer of the Dead Sea. As the sun was getting low, the light was perfect on the Jordan hill and the sea. I reached Ein Gedi and checked in. My room overlooks the Dead Sea. I was exhausted physically from the heat, emotionally from the day's events and mentally from dealing with Sally Sue! Instead of going to ...

Day 7 - Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by katemonster8 on Jun 22, 2014

... will be dealt with thoroughly and without mercy. The Sicarii were apocalyptic Jews who believed the Messiah would soon be coming. Why commit suicide, which was anathema to Jews, when the suffering may soon be over?

2) Jewish Rabbis have a talent for taking natural phenomena and converting the concepts into religious lessons (see also Christ and the parable of the mustard seed). The Dead Sea is really dead – there ...

A busy day

A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... The width of the streets is what was used in determining the size to make cars and railroads many years later.) Also in these ruins we saw a theater, a Roman Bath house, a latrine, some pottery and mosaics.
Wadi Qilt was the next stop of the day. From this point we looked out over the Judean Wilderness, what an amazing site. To think that some day this desert wilderness will be made flat by the valleys rising up is ...