Leonardo Privilege Hotel Dead Sea
Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek
... except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot.“You are the light of the world.B)'> A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your ...
... to it, and it really hurts if you have any cuts on your body. Once she committed, though, she -- in fact, all of us -- had great fun just floating on top of the water.
K and Anna availed themselves of the Dead Sea mud, which they smeared all over their bodies before letting it bake in the sun, and then washing it off. They both raved about how it made their skin feel -- I did not partake. We then made our way back toward our room, stopping for swims in ...
... but ha; it was. Elias looked down while eating and saw that he had blood all over his bread, then realized that he had finally lost the tooth that had been threatening to come loose for some time. This was his first tooth, and I am guessing there are not a lot of kids in the US that can say they lost their first tooth in a Bedouin tent eating bread cooked in a hole in the ground. Elias and Olivia also had a good time with a couple of the local kids while ...
... the Bronze. We’re talking a long time ago!
Still further up the trail we found ourselves at the top of a small mountain, or a big hill, depending on your perspective. There were stunning views all the way to the Dead Sea. In the flat lands near the sea were large groves of gorgeous date palms, perhaps the descendants of trees that David had eaten from when he hid from Saul. Near to where we were standing was a beautiful spring-fed ...
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, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility