Spa Club Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... this works and I don't feel this like a burden. I really want to write here everyday so in a few years I can read it and remember this amazing adventure with the details}. Today we left the Isrotel Yam Suf hotel at Eliat and started the day going to the border with Egypt. Which was really like 5 min drive from the hotel. But first thing I did in the morning before breakfast was going to the Red Sea and finally got my feet soaked in it! It was just wonderful. A couple of blue ...
... the Ramon Crater. Each suite is housed in its own individual building with a view over the crater, and each with its own infinity pool. Yossi has visited the place once when his daughter and son in law were staying there and found that it really is quite something. From there we moved on to the so-called Big Crater, even though it is slightly smaller than the Ramon Crater we'd visited (though bigger than the Small Crater, which we didn't visit). We ...
Who knows what a tel is without looking it up? An Israeli chocolate bar awaits the first correct answer . . .however you have to come and pick it up : -) One way to get my out of state family or friends to visit . . .I think a chocolate bar from Israel is definitely worth the cost of a plane ride!
Of all the tels in Israel, why you ask did we go here? Mark teaches here ...
... the sea for causing a little one to stumble" account quite visual.
Lunch was at Peter's Fish House where we were served whole fried fish with the head, eyes, tail, etc. all still intact. Dad and I chickened out from eating one though... we had pizza. I know, we failed. :P Fred was the only brave soul.
A drive to the Jordan River followed lunch. We witnessed many baptisms in the Jordan to members of our group. It was a ...
... first place. I have no sympathy for the settlers and yet the guide taking us through the museum was a resident of Gush Katif. I could see just how painful this event still is on him. To lose one house and entire livelihood is hard, but to have your own government do it to you is heartbreaking. However, even with everything that happened I understand why the government removed the settlers, because it was costing too much money and soldier’s lives ...