Daniel Dead Sea Hotel
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... con ese calor?) así que es buenísimo que sólo nos bajamos del bus por unos minutos y luego nos volvemos a montar y tener aire acondicionado. Aquí también hay unos hornos antiguos y una montaña que tiene como unos pilares que se llaman Pilares de Salomón. Aunque el guía nos dijo que nada tenían que ver con Salomón. Mi parte favorita fue la réplica en tamaño real del Tabernáculo, fue fascinante. Cómo ...
... rental, which only had a scratch on the bumper. We exchanged information; he encouraged me to carry on and blessed me for being there with them during the "situation". Oh...and 3 tanks were in the same stop. Sally Sue apparently figured out that maybe I had had enough frustration for one day and allowed me to reset her for the route I needed to the Dead Sea so I headed for the Jordan Valley. Holy Desolation, Batman! No words can suffice, but the pictures will explain the totally ...
... able to prevent the revolt and therefore the destruction of the Temple.
· We had a blast at the Dead Sea. The belle of the ball was Katie with a birthday hat and orange rimmed sunglasses and mud all over her face and body. You are supposed to look and feel 10 years younger – we acted 10 years old with the mud on our bodies and floating around on our backs and being silly.
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... of 'ribs on the bone' was not the same as ours! We both assumed that they were referring to a portion of ribs. Naturally, Chris and I swapped mains and we were both happy - Chris with the size of his serve and I with mine. Both steaks were very well cooked and tasty. The ranch style chicken wings and beef soup entrees were also tasty as was the freshly baked loaf of bread that came with our starters!
... for several years. As such, his English was perfect. He was leaving for Washington in a few days to complete his citizenship paperwork -- which was a condition (and reward) for his work for the U.S. military. I commented to him several times how pleased I was to see all of the advancement in the country, as well as my general surprise as to the quality of the handicrafts now being sold. It turns out they were sponsored by the Queen Noor Foundation. I had to smile ...