Kfar Giladi Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... museums. We found the Immigration museum sadly closed for renovations, but we found the cable car.
Getting our ticket for the cable car ride down the mountain took some time. There was only one man at the office, who answered the phones, ran the cable, sold tickets, and also appeared to have all the responsibilities for shouting, cursing, fumbling through papers &
drawers, and running in small circles. He did all these latter jobs ...
... certificate from the State of Israel.
After the Bar Mitzvah we headed to the Dead Sea to a hotel for lunch
and a few hours to swim, or should I say float, in the Dead Sea. The
lunch was a nice buffet and then we headed to the locker rooms to
change. Outside there was a beach on the Dead Sea and a number of us
... next water activity: the Dead Sea. It was incredible! Apart from the logistics of getting to the Dead Sea and getting past the storefront beauty product vendors, it was a really special experience. After I harrowed the spiky salt-deposit sea floor at the intersection of the beach and the water, I waded in and sat down - and magically, floated. As a former competitive swimmer, it's really not that big of a deal for me to float on my back. But this was a different ...
We had an early start to our day. Our first stop was the JNF-Lavi Forest, where we all planted trees. Annette and I planted 3 trees, in memory of our cousin Jeff Atlin, and friends Lou Pomerance, and Barb Rogoz. Frank and Sarah also planted 3 trees. They told us our day to water them was tuesdays, so I guess we have to keep coming back.
From there we headed north up to the old city of Tsfat, also spelled Tzfat or Safed. It is very popular with ...
... only sand, rocks, and then, barbed wire. And a rather ominous yellow and red sign that said, fortunately in English as well as Hebrew and Arabic, "Danger Mines!" We quickly realized they weren’t talking about diamonds or iron ore. And we also quickly realized that we were virtually at the border with Jordan. I did a very delicate 12-point U-turn, staying totally on the narrow road. And we beat a hasty retreat.
On the way out of ...