Daniel Dead Sea Hotel
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... photo of the view from the tower but please realize a picture does not do it justices by any means.
Once night fell and after I took a long shower to wash off all the salt I headed out to the streets to preform. WOW is all I can say. I made the most money yet 100 shekel which is a blessing thinking the bus screwed me and took practically all my money :( (just made me by a return ticket ...
... doubled her vocabulary in the 75 minutes that we spent together. The 'rejuvenation' package was very enjoyable - the salt scrub was meant to rejuvenate the skin and treat cellulite and the mud wrap for joints. The warm mud was plastered on the whole body minus the the front torso (not the heart and stomach region - I'm sure there's a good explanation for that but I don't speak Russian!). Then the plastic sheet that I was ...
... following the peace treaty with Israel and the removal of mines along the Jordan River. I'd read a lot about it, and the scientific and archeological evidence that this was indeed the area in which John the Baptist preached and performed his baptisms. While we wanted to visit, it would have required several hours and we elected to skip it and continue our trip south, as we had to be in the town of Wadi Musa (where Petra is located) no later than 6:30pm.
... up a label for the jars in which they are kept: “The World’s Most Expensive Za’atar.”
After some additional, somewhat more pleasant, market shopping we returned to the Gilgal to pack up and go. After we were all set Annie noticed that it was only 10.30. She had a brilliant idea: “Hey, breakfast is on until 11.00. Want to go back up?” Did I ever! We made espressos, cut big slabs of halvah, and took our ...
... and guard towers.
All of the Israeli hotels on the Dead Sea are located within five minutes of each other, on a spit of land called Ein Boqeq, about an hour and a half southeast of Jerusalem. Jerusalem is pretty high up, with a fair amount of evergreen vegetation around. As you descend to the east and pass out of Jerusalem you are descending into the same Rift Valley that runs all the way south into eastern Africa – the one ...