Herods Hotel Dead Sea

Address: Neve Zohar, Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, 86910, Israel | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Neve Zohar, Ein Bokek.
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      Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

      The Tabernacle and the seas

      A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Nov 03, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... to God for the sins of the people of Israel. Being here at the Tabernacle, for some reason made me think a lot about my grandmother on my mom's side. Thanks to her I came to Christ and the first stories I heard about the bible was from her. I wished she would have been here with me, she would have loved it. So I took all the pictures in that place especially for her :) {I'm sensing that writing this between the bus trips, will make it so long. Thanks if you have read ...

      A Mountain Bathhouse

      A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 07, 2014

      20 photos

      ... took a dip. The women later met us and recounted the experience on their side, which is supposedly much more glamorous, but also secluded. The women are led through an elaborate series of chambers with a system of lights and communications so that regardless of how many people are in the temple at one time, they never see each other. The process of mikvah for women takes about an hour from beginning to end, whereas for men it takes about five minutes. The women are expected to ...

      Another World

      A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 16, 2014

      44 photos

      ... stop was on starting the journey back.... and the best stop. I got to float in the Dead Sea. Amazingly, the salt did not sting me at all which lets me know that I do not have any open wounds on me :) I scoured the shore and found a huge salt chunk which I grabbed to bring home but forgot along with my rock :'( (might be a good thing depending on customs of the way back.) I decided to put some mud on one leg but no where else to compare the difference and had a lack of time. ...

      A busy day

      A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... The width of the streets is what was used in determining the size to make cars and railroads many years later.) Also in these ruins we saw a theater, a Roman Bath house, a latrine, some pottery and mosaics.
      Wadi Qilt was the next stop of the day. From this point we looked out over the Judean Wilderness, what an amazing site. To think that some day this desert wilderness will be made flat by the valleys rising up is ...

      Birthday

      A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Mar 29, 2014

      14 photos

      ... up dying before utilizing the beautifully constructed desert utopia, complete with steam room, cold room, food storage, water cisterns to feed thousands, and temple. Hundreds of years later, when the Romans were taking over the area, a thousand Jews sought refuge in the abandoned fort. The Romans took three years to build a ramp to the compound and force their way in. The night before they arrived, however, ...