Evason Ma'In Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Another day of no/difficult internet access, so a delayed
We had planned to get up at 5.30, be all packed up and ready
for breakfast at 6.00am so that we could get to the ticket office of Petra at
6.30. At about 4.15am I decided I was
awake (I'd checked the time several times during the night) and would sort my
... who is basically me and loves to split meals, split a spinach eggs benedict and banana pancakes with me. It was Heaven. The pancakes were like fluffy french toast and we got this freshly baked bread and it even came with a mimosa. Highlight of Tel Aviv. That's not a joke.
The next day in Tel Aviv was our one full day there. We woke up early surprsingly grabbed a quick breakfast at the hotel and headed to the old part of Tel Aviv called Jaffa. Okay so we are ...
... of many a visitors trip to Jerusalem. It began with a short film ( in 3D ),during which I once again felt very unwell and nearly had Wayne take me back to the hotel. •Water still flows in the tunnel and initially it is above your knees, I had changed into shorts and thongs ,for most of the way it was only ankle deep. I was grateful to Cathy, she let me use her torch, which made navigating easier in the dark.The walls were narrow at some places but also at times very ...
... wall around Masada - only four kilometres long; the mind boggles. The point is that these walls are still clearly visible today - something to do with the dry climate. Having made his preparations, Titus then had his men build an earth ramp on the western side. This wasn't as high as the the walls but high enough for them to drag a battering ram up there and start to batter their way in. They also used catapults to fire boulders at the rebels. These have ...
... it is helping.
Next stop, the Israel Museum. One of the main areas we focused on was the second Temple model. This 50:1 scale model, covering nearly one acre, evokes ancient Jerusalem at its peak, meticulously recreating its topography and architectural character in 66 CE, the year in which the Great Revolt against the Romans broke out, leading to the destruction of the Temple and the city in the year 70 CE.
The model, a Jerusalem cultural landmark, ...