Lot Spa Hotel on the Dead Sea

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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Lot Spa Hotel on the Dead Sea Ein Bokek

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    Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

    Another World

    A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 16, 2014

    44 photos

    ... scrolls were found. Did you know the Dead Sea Scrolls had the same writing as the Bible, and it came first? Imagine that!

    Second we headed to En Gedi where I we hiked through the desert to multiple waterfalls. Starting the hike I would not have thought there would have been a waterfall let alone a stream anywhere around. Surely enough though we did get to see 4-5 waterfalls, the biggest one I decided to cool off in. :) We also got to see groundhog type animals all ...

    A busy day

    A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jun 16, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... The width of the streets is what was used in determining the size to make cars and railroads many years later.) Also in these ruins we saw a theater, a Roman Bath house, a latrine, some pottery and mosaics.
    Wadi Qilt was the next stop of the day. From this point we looked out over the Judean Wilderness, what an amazing site. To think that some day this desert wilderness will be made flat by the valleys rising up is ...


    A travel blog entry by rodfricker on Mar 05, 2014

    7 photos

    ... with their tail feathers comically raised as they hopped about, a pair of beautiful Little Green Bee-Eaters and, most excitingly but very fleetingly, a Hoopoe.

    For anyone visiting the Dead Sea area, Ein Gedi is a must but maybe not for the Dead Sea itself. A future entry will give more information about such matters.

    The moral of the story: You may not see what you expect but you'll definitely see something interesting if you keep your eyes open.

    We leave Tel Aviv with a bang

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... sense to me. In fact, when I Googled “headache Dead Sea” most of the hits said that Dead Sea salt cured headaches.

    Anyway, as the campfires around Shkedi’s Camplodge began to burn down to embers and the stars flared up as bright as I’d ever seen them, I said goodbye to Ron and walked back to Korin’s. Annie was feeling better after her Jacuzzi and was snuggled in bed, reading. We went to sleep feeling very relaxed and ...

    Dead Sea and Masada

    A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Dec 30, 2013

    10 photos

    ... You don’t want to get this stuff in your eyes; there are flush stations here and there along the edge of the water just in case – kind of like high school chemistry class. It’s generally best to think of it not so much as water, but as a kind of sulfuric acid that you can float in, carefully. More on the floating in a moment.

    The following day we rendezvoused with Kate and Jake in the morning and drove back up the ...