Leonardo Privilege Hotel Dead Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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•This morning we left Jerusalem,we left early so that we could fit in the Mt. Of Olives and the Garden of Gethsemene which we hadn't been able to get to on Friday. •The view from the Mount was the best panorama of Jerusalem I had seen so far,Aharon pointed out the Golden Gate which faces the Mount of Olives.The Gate was sealed by …
... other travelers. This morning was spent snorkeling were we saw incredible coral and lots of colorful fish. There is even a buried tank (yes army tank) in the water if you care to explore it. Sitting on the beach in Jordan, to our left (south about 10 km) is Saudia Arabia, across the water is Egypt, to our right (about 10 km) is Israel. Amazing! ...
... big day at Tzfat, and we were spent. We left in the afternoon for a three-hour bus ride to Arad, where we are staying in a hotel for one short night to wake up really early in the morning to hike Masada. During the bus ride, one of the guys in the group threw up all over the front of the bus, hitting the bus driver and the medic in the process! It was certainly a long and strenuous trip, but we made it to Arad to get to bed relatively early and get ready for tomorrow. Alarm is set for ...
... we stood in the valley between Mt. Socoh (where the Philistines camped) and Mt. Azekah (where Israel camped). In the valley is a "rippling brook" (it was dry when we visited) where David would have collected his stones. One cannot visit this site without singing the Sunday school song, "Only a Boy Named David." So we did. Fun times. Most tourists take a stone from the valley... how can one resist... so we have one in our possession, too. :)
... no feeding the Ibex, and Tanks Crossing and Dust Clouds, in which we promptly saw tanks actually crossing the roads conducting military exercises in the middle of the Negev (desert). My first hands-on experience driving in another country went well once I got over the fact that no where in Israel was I going to see a street sign before I approached the one I wanted, but typically only after I just passed it. Once in Eilat we walked on the promenade and watched the sun slowly set ...