Lot Spa Hotel on the Dead Sea

Address: Dead Sea, Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, 86930, Israel | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Dead Sea, Ein Bokek.
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      Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

      The Tabernacle and the seas

      A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Nov 03, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Onward to En Gedi

      A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Sep 29, 2014

      37 photos

      ... Argot and David (here they are called nahals). I was really excited for the adventures of the day. To our backs was the Dead Sea (it should really be called the Salt Lake in my opinion), and before us lay hikes, trails, waterfalls, and adventure.

      Our first hike was in and back out the Nahal Argot. On our way in we took our time with a leisurely pace. We splashed through the stream and hopped up and down the rock paths that hugged the ...

      A Mountain Bathhouse

      A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 07, 2014

      20 photos

      ... entirely different building. Jonah introduced us to the temple, explaining the meaning and history of the mikvah. Any natural body of water can be used for a mikvah, and the tradition of purifying oneself has been a part of the Jewish tradition for thousands of years according to references in the Torah. It's a pretty simple process that basically involves stripping down, wading into a body of water, and submerging for a few moments. Certain prayers can be said as well. It is an act ...

      Another World

      A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 16, 2014

      44 photos

      ... music is always really good.

      Devotional Portion= The Jordan River flows into the Dead Sea with fresh water, and when it exists the water is salty. As Christians we are not to just take all the fresh water that is given and give nothing back but is instead a two way street. Give a little and take a little.
      Matthew 5:13-16
      “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good ...


      A travel blog entry by ggrunberg on May 05, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... King of Israel.

      The Quram community was were the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered in 1948. It was quite a find in that it confirmed that the original manuscripts of the Old Testament were accurate because of these earlier copies that were discovered. ...