Madaba Inn Hotel
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... process of being restored with the plan to hopefully one day return it to its ancient glory. This would be a very impressive sight as the current area already paints a very good picture of how grand it once was.
We spent a good few hours walking the city being told about its many temples and buildings as well as getting the obligatory snaps.The city also had a recreation of how the stones that were used in construction were actually cut which was by a giant ...
... In several places, we crept through tunnels of brush that completely enclosed and shaded the path. It was silent but for the rippling brook. The silence was broken by our laughter and conversation. We were essentially alone in the rugged Judean Wilderness, but we had our group, and we had a leader. The hike was fantastic. At the back of the canyon, found a waterfall, and beyond it entrance was prohibited. It is so much fun to submerge yourself under ...
... lake in the world. With a 34.2% salinity (for those of you with a scientific bent) it the world's saltiest body of water. King Herod made it one of the world's first health resorts.
Another notable fact is it's size. It is only 31 miles long and 9 miles ...
... TV. They were making a documentary on the Bedouin's in Israel. Watch and you might see us.
We went into their "gift shop" to see their hand crafts. The girls and women are learning to spin, weave, and do needle work in order to earn money.
We then headed east toward the Dead Sea.
Overlooking the Dead Sea is Masada. We took a cable car to the top of the flat top mountain.
This is one of the most spectacular views in Israel. ...
... much of it involving the new IKEA that just opened (something else I'd never envisioned in Jordan), we had to take a circuitous cross-country road into Madaba. As I mentioned in the beginning, Madaba is a majority Christian town, in which there have been many discoveries of ancient mosaics, which are now in amazing shape and very accessible to visitors. It's true claim to fame is a mosaic map of Jerusalem, completed in the 6th century, within the ...