TripAdvisor Reviews Chan Hashayarot Mizpe Ramon
Travel Blogs from Mizpe Ramon
... a lot. Hi! Shalom! Erev tov!
Steven - and a poem
In this desert the light has no pity.
Its sun turns my skin half-golden, but I know
It will bleach my bones and hollow my body, but the wind
Is my source of mercy, the shepherd
Of these stones and it makes me feel solid,
Parting its forces around me,
Singing amens in my good ear.
The sun will whiten my bones and my shadow
But the ...
... their servants for well-possession. The city contains a unique water supply system that involves a diversion of the waters from two nearby wadis so that the water can be accessed from within the city walls. In order to explore it, the park officials made us all wear cheesy hard hats so we wouldn't bump our heads in the 5' tunnels.
From Tel Sheva, we moved eastward toward the mysterious Arad. Numbers 21 records an Israelite run-in with the king ...
... griping we would have made after a full day without running water and Magnum bars. Robby talked here at Mizpeh Ramon before we moved back to the bus to drive toward Timna Park. Along the way we stopped to look at some acacia trees up close. Acacia is the very hard wood that God instructed Moses to use to construct the Ark of the Covenant.
Timna houses a life-size model of the Tabernacle in the ...
... a garden of carefully nurtured local flora that can thrive in the arid climate and saline conditions of the local soil. David Ben-Gurion, who declared the establishment of the state of Israel and became its first prime minister, was arguably one of the most outstanding figures of the 20th century. Not only did he dream that the Negev could flourish, he and Paula practiced what he preached by becoming members of Kibbutz Sde Boker in 1953. In 1963, the couple retired to a modest ...
... monastic Carmelite Order that was founded near where the cave that the Prophet Elijah had reportedly dwelled) , outside of Haifa, was the next stop. We heard the biblical tale of Elijah and Jezebel and how Elijah had a contest with the 450 prophets of Jezebel (who was a Phoenician and not a Jewess). The object was to see whose god could burn a slaughtered bull without human intervention. The God of the Old Testament incinerated the bull and Elijah then had the “pagan ...