Hod Hamidbar Resort and Spa Hotel
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... piernas y estas se van a la superficie. Tienes que inclinar la parte de arriba de tu cuerpo hacia adelante para poder pararte otra vez. Todos nos divertimos demasiado aquí. El agua es transparente y azulada. Se siente aceitosa pero no es aceite, es de los minerales. Sabe horrible y más te vale que no te caiga en los ojos o tengas alguna cortada. Después de aquí fuimos a las piscinas del spa que son realmente calientes. Después fui al gimnasio con mi ...
... too hot and crowded. In this very rugged landscape on the shores of the Dead Sea, the plateau of Masada is unique in that it is the only such area which is surrounded totally by steep cliffs. The story of Masada is a central part of Jewish history, and the amazing ruins, the story of the Jewish defenders and their mass suicide is one which is familiar to all Israelis. The full story can be found at: ...
... places and hey, I like this private tour guide thing I got going! LOL I had heard about "the dig" and I don't mind getting my hands dirty, so off we went.
A little background (the teacher in me can't help herself) The tel is southwest of Jerusalem and a little north of Kiryat Gat. Again I have to depend on maps
Back in the day, the town of Maresha was the ...
... commit suicide, ie die as free men and women, rather than allowing their fate to be determined by their oppressors. The legend of Masada is now studied in Israeli schools and Elazar ben Yair and his band of zealots remembered as heroes - for their determination to stand for a cause that they believed in ... and hence the saying, 'Masada shall never fall again!'.
It was quite warm by the time we finished exploring Masada. ...
... Jews living in Gaza Strip for thousands of years, but in 2005 they were only 8,600 Jews living there alongside nearly 1.5 million Palestinians. The Israeli government decided to uni-laterally withdraw the settlers without an agreement from the Palestinians. Now in 2005, I supported the pullout from Gaza, because I did not think that Gaza was worth defending and thought that the settlers were right in losing their homes, as they should not have been there ...