Leonardo Club Dead Sea Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... such kind, bright, and interesting people and I am so thankful that they invited me into their home and allowed me such a wonderful experience in Israel.
Until next time... :-)
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"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart." - Helen Keller
"Do your thing, and don't care if they like it." - Tina Fey
... 237;an comenzado a caer pero ya cesaron}. El viaje al mar Muerto te lleva otra vez al área del Cañon de Zin y la tierra de Canaán, la tierra prometida. El hotel está al frente del Mar Muerto y tiene un spa con piscinas de agua del mar pero caliente. Así que también flotas aquí. Y hablado de flotar en el agua del Mar Muerto, es una de las cosas más finas del mundo. Es increíble y demasiado divertido cómo casi pierdes el control ...
... dinner, I went to the bar and had the best bowl of Onion soup I have ever had and Sweet Potato Ravioli. The bar tender was a lovely girl, Sarah, and we talked quite awhile. She was only 22, the same age as my son, Neal, but he seems like 12 compared to her. She has been in the army, travelled, is working hard here...I have never seen anyone multi-task like she was! Fatigue finally hit me, so I returned to my air conditioned room and slept like the dead! Tomorrow will come early. Ciao for ...
... USA time which I'm used to and always add 7 hours +2 (to make it military time) and not being awake I did this. For those familiar with time yes I always add 7 hours due to the time zone (0700) I only add the 2 extra hours after noon to make it (1900). I still had a little over an hour to get ready and luckily eat breakfast before I met up with everyone.
The day was filled with great conversation and great people. We first started out stopping at the sight where the ...
... thought unless you know the power of God. When we got off the bus here we were greeted by Bedouins who were trying to sell us scarves and jewelry as this is how they make their living. They are taught this at a very young age. We had a little boy right at the doors of the bus selling bracelets for $1 who couldn't have been more than 6 or 7 years old, and one woman on the bus did buy one.
Our next stop was ...