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... red, rocky earthy. All along, though, you can see where you’re going, heading for the high station for the cable car. Up top, it’s pretty cool. The views of the valley and the Dead Sea are amazing. For those don’t know it, the story of Masada in a nutshell… way, way back around 70 CE, a group of about 1,000 Jews, perhaps the last of the "free tribes" were cornered ...
... country. As such, it was a very boring three-hour drive north. Aside from dodging pot holes and the errant truck entering the left lane, it was uneventful. The sheer volume of truck volume was real telling, and reflected -- I believe -- the closure of additional trading routes through Syria. On the southern leg of the route, too, was considerable truck traffic headed for western Iraq.
My original plans were to visit Mt. Nebo -- a cliffside, ...
... It was truly an oasis in the middle of desolation. For dinner we ate outside, at a "bedouin-themed" restaurant called Shrak, in which hummus was prominently featured. The meal was wonderful, and the chef came out twice to ask if we were happy. It was hard to imagine that they day had begun in Madaba and all the frustration with the rental car, and we were ending it seaside on memory-foam mattresses with a pillow menu.
... one-way alley to our hotel, which is a brand-new establishment, directly across the the Church of St. John the Baptist. We parked right in front of the hotel and were pleased to find a very friendly Egyptian man inside -- who wasted no time in telling me he was Coptic Christian -- who was waiting for us. He had been watching Lord of the Rings on the television, and was very eager to talk to us about the movie. Before ...
... in the desert, a waterfall, People were laughing and playing in the water, Ibex trotted around disturbing the rock and sand around us. We saw numerous birds all camouflaged with their surroundings, also there were some curious looking gofer animals called Rock Hyax's, they were running around on the ground and feeding on the leaves in the tree.
Moving on to our last stop of the day, Ein Gedi Dead Sea Resort (free entry with our accommodation). We were just ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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