Lot Spa Hotel on the Dead Sea
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Lot Spa Hotel on the Dead Sea Ein Bokek
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... It is a family run hotel and I imagine he is the godfather of the entire village, the Arab Marlon Brando! According to Nabil, most of the family have a part to play in the running of the hotel so there was no shortage of staff for a hotel with a lone guest.
I ended the night on my balcony, smoking a shisha pipe, watching the sunset over the valley and the lights from the Bedouin camps in the desert beyond the valley......."Welcome to Jordan"
... desert. There is a beautiful walk through to the tombs, with stone walling, a winding paths and vegetation suited to the dry area. It is quite high where the tombs are, but the distant view was shrouded in dust. Just below us on the hillside was a herd of Ibex, munching on the sparse vegetation. The tombs are very plain, side by side in this peaceful area. It is the custom to put a small stone on a tomb, as a mark of respect, so I chose ...
... guess what? A mushroom! Ha-ha. The day is pretty hot at this point (how did I manage to live in Venezuela for 30 years?), so is a good thing we get out of the bus just for few minutes then we jump back to it, with air conditioner. Another interesting thing to see here is the Smelting Furnace. An ancient copper-smelting furnace from the Egyptian period at Timna. We also saw The Miners Temple and The Solomon's Pillars. The pillars are not man made and apparently are related ...
I did get up for sunrise over the Dead Sea, but it was not that spectacular, so I am very glad that I decided not to hike up a mountain for it! I think that the stress of yesterday's events finally hit me, as I laid down for a moment and did not wake up again until 11:30. So...looks like a Spa Day! I will go to Masada tomorrow morning. Oh...have I mentioned that the frames of my prescription glasses have melted and that I think ...
... the males being a grad student (far removed from his three years of military service). We split into smaller groups to meet the Israelis individually. My group was assigned to Raz, the grad student. He's currently getting his masters in chemistry at school in Tel Aviv, and he's applying to top-10 US schools for PhD programs in chemistry. He's really well spoken and friendly. All of the Israelis were really excited to take time off to join us. We went into downtown Tzfat, which is known ...