Tsell Harim Hotel

Mobile Post, Dead Sea , Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, 86930, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Mobile Post, Dead Sea , Ein Bokek.
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    Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

    A Day with Orna

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Jun 13, 2014

    33 photos

    ... Nadav, joined them. Iris and I stayed home and chilled with Orna who was keeping a constant vigil over her phone for any news from Nir.

    OK, this off road ride is something new. I have done some off road in our organised trips such as the Camino de Santiago this time last year. Some of our rides this trip in Morocco and Turkey were off road too. This time, I was the novice and the locals were the leaders. As Shahar and Nadav set ...

    Masada shall never fall again

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Jun 03, 2014

    1 comment, 72 photos

    ... reserve was closing at 1500. We were the last people admitted into the park!

    Once admitted, we hiked for 20 minutes in the heat till we came to a series of waterfalls and streams ..... so uncharacteristic of the Dead Sea region where the scenery was so 'desert' like - hot, rocky, arid and bare. The path was rocky, sometimes slippery and wet. Iris remarked to Chris that he had on the perfect footwear for the hike - the Teva. ...

    Sderot and Gush Katif - The Cost of Withdraw

    A travel blog entry by rvenezia on May 21, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... left-wing as you can get, but thank you for telling me your story. Eviatar told me he enjoys speaking to lefties, because he said that the settlers are humanized. I recommend that if you are interested in the conflict visit this museum, because it leaves you wondering is evacuating the settlements worth it? I still firmly believe it is the only thing that can be done for peace, but I have to acknowledge that there will be a human cost to do it.


    Dead Sea and Masada

    A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Dec 30, 2013

    10 photos

    ... nicks, torn cuticles, and any other places where the body is not designed to be open to the outside world. Bobbing around is fun for about twenty minutes. Then, you don’t exactly start to get pruny the way you normally do in a pool or a bathtub, but something vaguely equivalent happens and you start to get kind of uncomfortable. At this point I got out and showered, which ended up being kind of painful in some very special places.


    A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Sep 30, 2013

    3 photos

    ... Only a block or so away from the boarded up part of town, the suq is lively and full of things to smell and eat and wear. Until you look up, it is easy to forget that the people have had to string up chicken wire across the area to catch the debris thrown down on then by settlers who occupy the buildings on both sides of the street. Indeed we saw the piles of garbage overhead. I don't know how or even if it gets carted away.