The Masada Hostel

Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, Israel | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Masada Hostel Ein Bokek

    Reviewed by johannahoerner

    good but expensiv

    Reviewed Mar 11, 2011
    by (4 reviews) Mosbach , Germany Flag of Germany

    this hostels is very clean, has hot water to cook tea or coffee. The breakfast is very good. The place is very near to the Masada Fort.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Masada Hostel Ein Bokek

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

    Machine guns, No Man's Land, and a Grumpy Man

    A travel blog entry by poon on Apr 21, 2014

    In the matter of 1 day, we went from remote desert in Jordan, to ancient fortress in Israel.

    In between, we saw the Red Sea from a distance (yup, the same one that was separated for Moses), got taxied to the border where we saw Israelis in casual clothes with automatic guns, had security staff joke with us about women PMSing, walked 100m …

    Day 7 - Dead Sea

    A travel blog entry by katemonster8 on Jun 22, 2014

    ... stirred by the heroics of the last stand at Masada, our guide revealed that there is serious debate by scholars, both Israeli and non-Israeli, that Masada ever happened! There is no mention of it other than in a history of the Jews written by a Roman Jew, Flavius. It is out of the Roman character not to celebrate great victories, especially one which was meant to demonstrate to the other nearby areas under Roman domination ...

    Wine Tasting - Golan Heights Winery

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Jun 01, 2014

    34 photos

    ... day) after consulting his GPS mapreader (WAZE), to take the West Bank road, which was the more direct route and 2 hours shorter. It was also the 'bolder' path given the location of the road! Before setting off, we made a brief stop for refreshments where he questioned one of the cafe employees who confirmed that it was absolutely safe (he used the road on a weekly basis).

    It was sunset when we arrived at the Dead Sea and ...


    A travel blog entry by rodfricker on Mar 05, 2014

    7 photos

    ... easy path leads from the car park to the viewing point, passing the ancient ruins of Gamla, which was destroyed by the Romans. A Roman catapault shows how this destruction happened and there is a path down to the village which, unfortunately, we didn't have time to take. Later on, we came to the vulture lookout which is perched on top of the gorge to give viewers the chance to observe the birds from above. Having read several reviews of the reserve, we ...

    We leave Tel Aviv with a bang

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... and there were few sounds other than the loud stillness. The only living things we saw were birds. It was very moving to clamber around the ruins, walk up and down what were once bustling market streets, and visit the crumbling stalls of the Arabian horses. Somehow, the time of the Nabateans seemed both close and infinitely far away. I think what impressed me most was the evidence of so much life and vitality among a people about whom ...

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