Savyonei Hagalil Hotel

Address: Yesod-Hamaala Junction, Yesod Hamaala, 12105, Israel | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Yesod-Hamaala Junction, Yesod Hamaala.
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Travel Blogs from Yesod Hamaala

The Big Day on Masada

A travel blog entry by lkesslin on Dec 30, 2014

... certificate from the State of Israel.
After the Bar Mitzvah we headed to the Dead Sea to a hotel for lunch
and a few hours to swim, or should I say float, in the Dead Sea. The
lunch was a nice buffet and then we headed to the locker rooms to
change. Outside there was a beach on the Dead Sea and a number of us

Traveling in the Aravah

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Nov 07, 2014

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... freely. We visited the zoo they have filled with animals that they hope to repopulate the area with. If the Persian Horned Viper is the same snake that they showed on the informational video, then it moves sideways like a sidewinder and looks awesome. The mice were apparently laying hands on one of their brothers before he left to visit the snakes or something. My favorite shot was of the Horned Owl--I didn't notice ...

Denver to Phila to Tel Aviv to the desert; oh my!

A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 03, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... teenagers going on a high school tour. My favorite was the gentleman sitting directly behind E & I, constantly sneezing, coughing & hacking throughout the ENTIRE flight without ever even covering his mouth. Seriously?

So, you know how when you get off the plane & walk towards baggage claim, there are those people holding signs with the names of who they are waiting for? I always ...

Masada and the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by oomstravels on Jun 17, 2014

7 photos

... steep cliffs. It also had a sophisticated water storage system and storehouses of food. In 73 AD, the first recorded psychological warfare occurred when the Romans surrounded the "stronghold" by building a wall entirely around Masada and built a siege ramp up one side. The Zealots figured that they had no sense of survival, so the men killed their wives and children and then killed themselves. When the Romans finally ascended the stronghold and were ready for a ...

Where Jesus Walked

A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Feb 20, 2014

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We started out a little earlier this morning, which was good, because we packed in a lot of fun and sightseeing today.

We drove west out of Yavne'el, over to Mt. Tabor, believed to be the site of the transfiguration of Jesus. I know this will shock you, but they built a church on it. We had big plans for exploring elsewhere, so we didn't stop, but we did do a drive by.

From there, we drove up into Nazareth to Nazareth ...