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Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek
... her bedroom has been 'secured' for this purpose). Otherwise, life goes on as normal.
Orna had prepared an amazing spread for lunch. I thought she had been cooking for days but apparently, she only started yesterday. I believe Shahar was an able assistant. Shahar had also baked 2 cakes - a carrot and a marble, for afternoon tea but it was also to welcome home her brother, Nir, who was also due to come home for the Shabbat ...
... walked for close to 4 hours! A little sustenance was required in the cafe at the base of the cable car terminal before we carried on. Chris ordered a pasta with tomato sauce and the rest of us had combos of felafels, shwarma (spiced meat), chicken schnitzel, salad and pita.
From Masada, we rushed to En Gedi Nature reserve,15 minutes away, to do a short hike. It was the eve of Shavuot (the Jewish harvest celebration) and ...
... followed by a steep rise and
eventually another drop into a valley and away from the difficult cliff's edge
terrain. Maybe I'm getting blasť . The views today were very pretty, as you
might expect when walking along a knife edged cliff top, but perhaps my
concentration on self-preservation prevented me from really saying
"wow…unbelievable…" Or maybe I'm just plain spoilt for amazing views.
If this was a section of firsts, then another ...
... checkpoint - at which no interest in us was in evidence - and, shortly before you hit Ein Boqeq, Masada, which would pass unremarked from the road if not for the signage.
The hotels at this place are apparently all owned by the same cartel, which is why the cheapest one runs $160 a night for a double. Not coincidentally, this is the one we stayed at, although it still clocks in at second place for Most Expensive Hotel So Far. (The ...
... Only a block or so away from the boarded up part of town, the suq is lively and full of things to smell and eat and wear. Until you look up, it is easy to forget that the people have had to string up chicken wire across the area to catch the debris thrown down on then by settlers who occupy the buildings on both sides of the street. Indeed we saw the piles of garbage overhead. I don't know how or even if it gets carted away.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility