Lot Spa Hotel on the Dead Sea
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... this works and I don't feel this like a burden. I really want to write here everyday so in a few years I can read it and remember this amazing adventure with the details}. Today we left the Isrotel Yam Suf hotel at Eliat and started the day going to the border with Egypt. Which was really like 5 min drive from the hotel. But first thing I did in the morning before breakfast was going to the Red Sea and finally got my feet soaked in it! It was just wonderful. A couple of blue ...
... on a mountain with homes and buildings hanging off cliffs much like I saw years ago in Cinque Terre, minus the Mediterranean. We started our visit at an orthodox temple that was home to "bathhouses," or what could be more properly identified as "mikvah," which are holy bodies of water meant for cleansing the body and soul. A man named Jonah met us and split our group into males and females. Men went with Jonah and the women went with another guide to the female section of the ...
... USA time which I'm used to and always add 7 hours +2 (to make it military time) and not being awake I did this. For those familiar with time yes I always add 7 hours due to the time zone (0700) I only add the 2 extra hours after noon to make it (1900). I still had a little over an hour to get ready and luckily eat breakfast before I met up with everyone.
The day was filled with great conversation and great people. We first started out stopping at the sight where the ...
... live her past when she spent 9 months here (not too long ago)! Check out the photos Karen. Iris said we ought to send you the associated smells that came with them!
The day was getting on when we started to head down south to the Dead Sea where Iris had booked us a hotel for tonight .... but hey, nothing in Israel is far away (so we were always being reminded)! Yaron made the executive decision (after contemplating much ...
... south, along the length of the Dead Sea, through a literal no-man's land. With no potable water anywhere along the route, it is pure gray rock and sand. We might has well have been on the moon for how it looked. Near the southern terminus of the sea, we took (the only) left turn and started to make the very steep climb up the mountains; ascending nearly 6,000 feet along a windy road with extreme gradients. The arid smell of burning brakes and ...