Leonardo Inn Hotel Dead Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... realised they were at a level well beyond my capabilities. However, they were patient and waited for the stragglers (Yaron and myself). I found it very technical and it challenged my upper body strength and agility. See a couple of videos attached.
We did visit an ANZAC memorial. Yes, there are a few of these outside Gallipoli. (There's even an ANZAC cemetery near Be'er Sheva. The circuit was within sight of the Gaza border. We ...
... br> We finally found the perfect waterfall and pool for us. The water was refreshingly cold in the streams. We were so hot by this time that we had to get our shoes off to stand in one of the pools. Yaron and Chris, proud owners of Tevas, did nothing of that sort (Tevas are waterproof) - they walked straight in. As cooling our feet was clearly not enough, the boys changed into their boardies. They immersed themselves in the ...
... intriguing element of my interaction with James was all the questions about Jesus and the Holy Land. He is one who is not to far from the kingdom of heaven, if only he would believe on the Lord Jesus Christ from his heart. Father in heaven reveal your true Son Jesus to James that he would find rest for his wandering ...
... we all rinsed and got dressed, it was time for Kate and Jake to head back to Tel Aviv, so we said our goodbyes and returned to our hotel. They have been really great during our visit and we are looking forward to seeing them again in Berkeley.
The following day we got up, ate, took a quick walk along a spit of land that juts out into the Dead Sea, and then made tracks for our next destination – Tiberias, on the shores of the Sea of ...
... On our way back to Jerusalem, we visited the Tent of Nations. This is an environmental project on the property of a Palestinian family who have lived on the property and farmed it for generations. We couldn't take the bus up to the headquarters because settlers had blocked the road for the past ten years. However, the walk was beautiful, offering views of mountains covered with ancient terraces. When we got there, we were ...