Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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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 ...
... the hard way when he had to get out of the water in a hurry and splash his face with fresh water. It is impossible to wade out to any depth. Once the water gets to about chest height, ones feet no longer touch the bottom, and it's a matter of keeping ones balance to avoid toppling over. After an hour or so of enjoying this most unusual experience we headed home to a lovely relaxing dinner and a long and enjoyable evening of ...
... from the Gaza strip. We visited one of her girlfriends who lived in the newest of these - a 3 year old settlement called 'Shalomit'. Re'out's family was one of the first 3 families to settle in Shlomit. Her husband, a rabbi, had moved the family 3 years ago from a nice house north of Jerusalem (in the West Bank) to build a hayeshiva (a religious school) in one of the new settlements here. Now that his job is done, the family are being ...
... rocky pool and stood under the waterfall that emptied into it. Iris could stand it no more. She donned Yaron's Tevas (the stones in the pool were quite sharp and prickly on our delicate feet) and walked in fully clothed! Resistance was futile! There were no change rooms about but Chris managed to persuade me to get into my bathers. By standing and holding up his tee-shirt like a matador, he became my human screen. There were a few ...
... gave up. We're pretty close to the end and we still
couldn't find a way of convincing Yoni that, if he's walked 800 or so
kilometres with us, some of which have been easy, some hard, sometimes with a
bad knee, sometimes with a bad back, that he could get through the Carbolet.
For the first time in 50 walking days spread over 5 years, we were walking a
shvil section without Yoni. It felt strange.
The guidebook deems this 17 km section too difficult to do ...