Leonardo Privilege Hotel Dead Sea
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Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek
... gladiator amphitheater which would have been used as sport for the Romans to watch animals devour Christians. Sobering. This national park also has bell caves which were constructed during the Arabian period. The acoustics in them was amazing. A young gal in our group was a trained opera singer. She sang "Amazing Grace" for us and we all sang "Joy to the World". Wonderful!
The Elah Valley is where David defeated Goliath. Walt read I Samuel ...
... military threat to Roman, they were completely cut off. Jerusalem had been laid waste in 70 AD and the fires of rebellion had been extinguished.
As I wrestled with the question, I met Elad and his family. He asked if I could take a picture of him and his family, I happily obliged. A conversation quickly ensued as the sun rose up over the horizon and it hit me. The answer to my question...FEAR. The Roman empire was affraid of the spirit this band of Jewish ...
... br> After our meal I took Annie to Shkedi’s Camplodge, where I introduced her to Ron. He was stationed behind the bar, working on a Gold Star that was clearly not the first of the evening. He asked Annie about her low-altitude headache (which she never had) and then made her some special cinnamon tea to celebrate her birthday. We talked late into the night, then walked back to Korin’s in the cool stillness, under a sky brilliant with ...
We went to the Dead Sea. We call it the Dead Sea, because it is so salty that no animal can live in it. But there is a plant in it. It is called algae.
I was in a hotel. I was not in a wood hut on the beach. There were some friends that were there. Their names are Kate and Jake.
Near the Dead Sea, ...
... early in the morning and I introduced him to Israel. We went shopping the Carmel Market Souk, visited Rabin Square and got prepared for our big Chanukah, Shabbat and Thanksgiving meal. Our apartment had decided to host almost twenty people including Chen, my Israeli roommates’ family. After Rich and I got back we spent time cutting vegetables, and getting the table ready. I was not allowed near the food, which was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center