Leonardo Club Dead Sea Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... placed holes. The system is computerized to release the right amount of water and nutrients to grow the trees in the desert soil. Netting is placed over the trees to minimize the need for chemicals to repel insects. The fruits and vegetables grown in the winter months in Israel are exported to Europe.
· Because an Israel dam diverts some of the flow of the fresh water for irrigation purposes from the Sea of ...
... his Russian masseur. He needed some time in the jacuzzi after to soothe his sore muscles!
For dinner, we went downstairs to a ranch-style restaurant. Chris ordered a 400gm steak and I went for an 800gm ribs on the bone (as per the menu). When our mains arrived, a thick slab of t-bone steak was placed in front of me. It was twice the size of Chris' steak sizzling on a hotplate. It was evident that the ...
... was overwhelming as we passed a steady progression of trucks driving downhill.
A few hundred feet above sea level, the vegetation returned, and by the time we reached the town of Karak, 3,500 feet higher, we were back in groves of olive and cypress trees. We were visiting another Crusader castle, perched at the literal tip of a steep hill, around which the bustling town of Karak had grown. I was somewhat surprised to find several tour buses parked ...
... out of the car, I was ready for anything short of a terrorist attack. But the FedEx guy raised his arms in an obsequious shrug that said “I’m sorry, it was completely my fault.” We inspected the car for damage, and miraculously saw none. So I hopped back in before the light turned red, and we were on our way.
Our destination was a moshav called Ne’ot HaKikar, which is a few kilometers below the southern tip of the ...
... Hong Kong ran $350 a night, but we only needed one room.) It was also – by a wide margin – in first place for Poorest Service. I don’t actually mind paying a lot of money for a hotel, and I don’t mind waiting an hour between arriving and getting keys to the room, but I do have some trouble with doing both at the same time. I manfully tried to keep it positive; the fact that the signage in the room all bore the name of ...