The Masada Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Masada Hostel Ein Bokek
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.
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... hello and goodbye" I find.
I checked into the hotel and was offered a choice of rooms, seeing as how I was the only guest in the hotel! Actually, according to Nabil, the owner of the Hotel, I was the only guest in the entire village. It is not peak season in Jordan as the weather is generally regarded as too hot but there still should be more than one tourist in a village that has a tourist attraction with the Dana National Park, next door. ...
... la importancia del Tabernáculo y leemos acerca de el tantas veces. La presencia de Dios vivía en el tabernáculo y era el lugar donde el Sumo Sacerdote iba a ofrecer sacrificios por los pecados del pueblo de Israel. Estar aquí me hizo recordar a mi abuelita. Gracias a ellas conocí a Cristo y las primeras historias de la Biblia las oí de ella. Deseé que ella estuviese ahí conmigo, le hubiese encantado. Así que todas las fotos ...
... and soak in the pounding sensations from above. After a group photo, it was time to hit the trail on the way back out.
Once we made it to the bus, we all grabbed our sack lunches from on our seats, under our seats, above our seats, or under the bus--wherever we had left them for the morning--and tried to squeeze onto the picnic benches that were the most shaded. That plan backfired on us when the hungry birds "encompassed us round about" ...
... over the foliage giving everything a brownish green tinge. The site had a strange, timeless beauty that captivated me. The choice of its location as a major centre was made obvious by the view it commanded: North, South, East and West are all in clear view. No one could cross the plain without being seen. I left the past and carried on in the present. I found Route 6 and pulled into a rest stop the see if I could convince Sally Sue to change her course, but she still wanted me to go ...
Day 7: Good Samaritan: Masada; Oasis; Anything But the Dead Sea
On the way to the Dead Sea, which is about an hour and fifteen minutes from Jerusalem, we came up a hill which turned out to be Samaria, the place of the famous parable. I am going to be a Good Samaritan to myself since I just came back from a late night of good conversation and beverages and so I am going to provide some random thoughts:
- The reason ...