Queen Ayola Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we had a couple of hours to kill before the last supper and thought it would be a wonderful idea to take a dip after walking all day in the hot sun. However the pool was amazingly somewhere just above arctic temperature so the relaxing swim turned into a very brief dip.
Before our last meal we had one final stop which was a Greek orthodox church, the church itself is nothing astonishing but what was uncovered when restoring it is.During the iconoclastic period ...
... our first History of Ancient Israel class field trip.
Before we even managed to stand up in the bus, before we even parked, we had already spotted ibexim here. They are the animal that the IBEX program here is named after even though it is really an acronym. That was quite the find; they were gone when we returned from the hike later and we never saw another one today. We stopped off for tickets to the National Park that contains the ...
then you have to get in
... 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. ...
... around too much, so we viewed the Holy Land mosaic and then decided to head to the airport for our flight. I did not know what we'd encounter with our car rental return (based on the ordeal with the pick-up), and I was not sure how strict security might be, as we were flying to Israel. With that in mind, we did a final consolidation on our suitcases and took a very cross-country trip back to the airport, seeking to avoid any additional time on the Desert Highway.