Ein Gedi Resort Hotel

Kibbutz Ein Gedi, Dead Sea Region, 86980, Israel | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $200.00
 

Travel Blogs from Dead Sea Region

Masada

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby on May 20, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

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

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby on May 20, 2014

4 photos

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 …

Epic Israel 2014 - Final Blog Entry (July 4-9)

A travel blog entry by epicisrael

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... where we learned about the people and events of the most catastrophic era in Jewish history. After Yad Vashem, we visited Kol HaOt, an organization that engages in art education programs, to process our Yad Vashem experience.

As we now enter our last day, we reflect on our entire journey together with great memories. While we are sad to leave, we are excited to see our friends and family back in LA Thursday morning!

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Sea Float

A travel blog entry by sweettea

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Wakie Wakie Chantal its time to get up... Good Morning! It's time to go.

I told Chantal that no matter what Sunday we were going to go out and give her a travel day with no ifs ands or buts. So I dragged her out of bed, through the city onto the light rail train, ran her through the bus station then finally onto a bus. HA!!! Looking at her face of confusion of the fast pace morning in a ...

Day 3 - Arriving in Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby

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... and guest-house, which I think is meant to replicate the crusader era. It’s gorgeous, despite it's 1930's origin, and our room looks out across a valley to the walled Old City (the Armenian Quarter, specifically). We spent the afternoon wandering around the storied enclave, which is just astounding. It’s like a combination of Istanbul and Mont St Michel, or Istanbul and Quebec City (according to Max, who’s taking over from here).

(MDC) We spent ...

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