Daniel Dead Sea Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... accustomed to "Welcome to Jordan".... I certainly was!
If I thought the first gesture was kind then the second gesture was one that all travellers hope happens to them. There was a gent in front of me, by the name of Ahed, who on speaking to him, had spent 7 years in Phoenix, Arizona as a Tobacconist, specialising in selling shisha pipes which is a big part of the culture in Jordan. We all get pished and they smoke shisha!!! I told him I ...
... you physically. It was funny to pass signs that told us " Beware of Camels near the Road ". We did see some, but fortunately they were not near the road.
Deb aptly named the day " Winnie the Pooh's Blustery Day", and it was extremely blustery, and cold!
Ben Gurion and his wife Paula were both born in Russia. After a very interesting life in all sorts of fields, he moved here with his wife in 1953, and lived here for 20 years. ...
... the Olive trees here were very old but were not here at the time of Christ.Here Judas betrayed Jesus, while he was being placed under arrest the disciples fled the garden. •Adjacent to the "Garden" was the Church of the Agony.The outer front facade has 4 pillars,dedicated to the 4 apostles,inside is the rock where Jesus prayed ( purportedly ). I hadn't planned when I went in to touch the rock but this church had a lot more grace and peace than ...
... an infected toe? Sigh! The fun continues! What a gorgeous spa! It has only been open for a bit over a year and has it all! I had the experience of the Dead Sea without having to schlep to the beach in the Dead Sea pool which was every bit as buoyant as I remember. Try as hard as I could, I could not make my legs stay down. The water was the perfect temperature as I floated blissfully! Then into the Turkish bath; I could ...
... Israeli military carrying machine guns as we buy our ice cream and coffee. Understanding Scripture more deeply is priority for me on this tour; experiencing the reality of Middle East tension is a bonus.
Our first stop for the day way Arad in the Negev desert where the Israelites defeated the Canaanites. (Numbers 21) It was also in this area that we saw the archeological remains of one of the unapproved temple-like structures/altars away ...