Ein Gedi Resort Hotel
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Maybe it's a sign of my age, but we didn’t opt for the sunrise special, but instead slept in til 5:45 before driving off to Masada a little bit south of our hotel. We parked, proceeded to head up the wrong way and were corrected by a less than friendly park guard who’d probably been there all night. Then, up the Snake Path …
Rosh Pina to the Dead Sea… …It sounds like a military campaign, but it was just our goal for the day. We had an "extra" night that we had not already booked. After some deliberation, we opted to drive a ton (by Israeli standards) to fit in Masada and the Dead Sea on our last day. In hindsight, it would have been best …
There was absolutely no way on earth I was going to leave Israel without swimming in the Dead Sea! This has been on the bucket list since the creation of the bucket list! So despite still feeling under the weather, Beni, Daniela, and I set out on an adventure today and I am soooooo happy that we did!
We started our day off in traffic, of course, but I enjoyed riding along in the backseat following the map as we ventured southeast. Our ...
... to see how much of it has evaporated and how low the water level now is, this is from both natural and human factors, it is estimated that that it could be dry by 2050 although there are measures in place to once again connect it to the red sea to save it.
As we drove along beside the water our guide pointed out across the sea where Palestine and Israel are which at their closest point is less than 4kms from Jordan, it felt a bit disappointing that we ...
... Community in France of Mary greeting Elizabeth and pointed out a shape in the lower background. Someone suggested that it looked like a cat and he said that of course it was the Magnifi-CAT. Groan! Thankfully we hopped on the bus and drove to the western suburb of Ein Kerem. (That's how our Course Notes spelt it but I did see signs with En Kerem.) This is traditionally where John the Baptist came from although all scripture tells us is a hill town in Judea - ...