Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea
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... As a note aside. Jesus got sick. He has been having sore throat since two days ago and today was almost unable to speak. Now has started coughing :( Maybe he picked something up at the planes, but he's actually blaming me that I passed onto him the cold I had more than two weeks ago, hahaha. I really hope he recovers soon. We still have ten days to go. PS: this was too long, but if in one day you get to be at the Red Sea and the Dead Sea; you will definitely have a lot to say about it ...
... picturesque countryside up to Zichron Yaakov, a historic town high on a hill which has a close association with the early Jewish settlers of the area. It has been described as a place of perseverance and intrigue. Nowadays it is filled with many retaurants, wineries and handicraft shops. Many of the places were closed for the holiday, but we still enjoyed wandering round and looking at the old houses. After some mint-flavoured icy lemon drinks and we were on our ...
... we would have had kaddish to say for many soldiers."
I asked him if he was "Orthodox". He said no, "but i believe".
Another soldier, who spoke English pretty well, saw us giving away a few pairs of tefilin to soldiers who needed them. He mentioned that he had lost his tefilin during the war in Gaza. I immediately offered to get him another pair.
If you would like to participate in this mitzvah with me, please let me know.
... that are uninhabited for military training.
We visited Beer-sheba after Arad. It is here that Elijah fled when running from Jezebel after the Mount Carmel showdown. It was a long walk! Pretty amazing to comprehend distances between places mentioned in Scripture and trying to understand how difficult it was for people to travel in ancient times. I'm sure none of them were overweight! Exercise by using bus # 11 (legs walking) kept them ...
... further on it. Our final stop in Sderot was the Qassam Rocket Museum, where you can on display just a few of the rockets from Gaza into Southern Israel. It’s deeply unsettling. I will let the photos speak for themselves.
After lunch in Sderot we went to the village of Nitzan to visit the Gush Katif and Northern Samaria Commemoration Center. Gush Katif was the name given to the bloc of Israeli settlements in the Southern Gaza Strip. They ...