Kibbutz Ein Gedi

Address: P.O. Box 32169, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea Region, 61320, Israel | 3 star kibbutz
 
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This 3 star kibbutz is located on P.O. Box 32169, Ein Gedi.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKibbutz Ein Gedi

    Reviewed by leafmold

    Wow

    Reviewed Jul 6, 2012
    by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    This is an amazing location in the world. I have stayed both at the Kibbutz (Botanical Gardens) and Field School (hostel). Both were excellent accomodations and food! The hostel is much less expensive what is different is the Kibbutz has an awesome pool, lies in the heart of a very spectacular botanical garden, and you are closer to real Israeli life from the Kibbutz.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Kibbutz Ein Gedi

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Ein Gedi

    Masada, Qumran & the Dead Sea

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 27, 2014

    11 photos

    ... cisterns. Remarkable! The second story concerning the Jewish rebels took place over a hundred years later in 73CE. The Jews had revolted against Rome so to punish them the Romans sacked Rome and destroyed the Temple in 70 CE; it was never re-built which changed the course of Judaism. Some Jewish rebels set up in the stronghold of Masada - men, women and children. I'd read about this before and thought they held out yagainst the Roman siege for three years. ...

    Our last day with Lior

    A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 13, 2014

    61 photos

    ... and pride.

    Located at our original site in the Musrara neighborhood of Old Jerusalem, the small shack which was originally used as the bookbindery has grown into an impressive complex. The original group of 8 elderly men has grown to more than 300 elderly men and women who come daily to its many workshops. Bookbinding has expanded into ceramics, metalwork, embroidery, silk painting, woodwork, paper mache and much more, but Yad LaKashish: Lifeline for the Old ...

    Welcome to the Family!

    A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 09, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... filtered out from the houses to the street: a child crying, people laughing, wind chimes, a dog barking, some young men singing. People were rushing to get home with their groceries. I met a young Israeli woman at a cross walk and we struck up a conversation which, naturally, turned to the "situation". She was very pragmatic about it; she said that we, in the West, do not hear about much of what Israel goes through with the constant harassment from Hamas. This ...