Rimonim Optima Hotel Ramat Gan
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Travel Blogs from Ramat Gan
... a couple hours to a kibbutz where we met our family from Australia. This kibbutz had a gorgeous view of the mountains in the distance, the dead sea on one side, and Masada on the other. It is always great catching up with family and friends especially while in a distant land. July 6th we woke up extremely early, too early for my liking, to go climb Masada. It was very very difficult but ...
... your pleasure would be diminished. Describing a source of such accessible but powerful pleasure surely deserves lots of print.
Moreover, food is an incredible way to connect while traveling—with the geography, the climate, the culture, and of course, the people. All you have to do is look at an Israeli breakfast to unearth loads of information: the ubiquitous olives and dates tell you you’re in the balmy Mediterranean, near the desert. The ...
... up 10 more rooms. It continued to snow. Oh and this all stopped being fun as soon as I woke up this morning. Saturday was the same, no power and most everyone decided not to work. I continued to work though. I know that once we have power we are going to have our regular reservations or maybe even new guest. He good thing about working is that I was keeping warm during the day by working. In my room at night I am up to using my sleeping bag, and ...
We left early this morning, seven thirty, to head on the three hour drive to the Dead Sea. I slept for the most part, waking up for bouts of a few seconds here and there. I didn't sleep well the night before. At the sea level point, Ofelia stopped to ride a camel. I didn't, because I knew that you could ride a camel at the renaissance fair in Phoenix. Plus, sleep was more important at that particular moment. We descended into the negatives, and went ...
... defeat the British and the Arabs to create the modern state of Israel. They clandestinely purchased bullet Making machines from Poland and smuggled them piece by piece into Israel. They were brought to Kibbutz Hill to create a secret underground bullet making factory. We visited the museum where this factory existed. We learned that the Palmach used many tricks to prevent the British from knowing that a bullet factory ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet