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Dead Sea Relax Daily Tour from Herzliya
"You will be picked up from your hotel lobby in Herzliya at 07:00. Start your way via Judean hills to Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth 400 meters below sea level. It is called the Dead Sea because its salinity prevents the existence of any life forms in the lake. The Dead Sea has attracted thousand visitors from all around the world to have unforgettable experience to float in salty and roadside view of Qumran caves (visit not included) where the Dead Sea scrolls were found. Visit a Dead Sea cosmetic products shop.Stop for relaxation at one of the resorts on the shores of the Dead Sea for the rest of the day. Proceed to Dead Sea""Dead Sea Spa Relax Daily full day tour in English from all hotels in Herzliya. Dead Sea offers a vacation you will never forget.title=Highlights&1=Free+hotel+pickup+and+drop-off+included&2=All+entrance+fees+included&3=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide""
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Small Group Dead Sea Relaxation from Jerusalem
"Be picked up from your hotel and drive through the Judean Desert. On the way to the Dead Sea take in a roadside view of the caves at Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were rediscovered in the mid-twentieth century. Your first stop is one of the cosmetics shops specializing in Dead Sea products. Set on the shores of the Dead Sea you are offered the opportunity to indulge in some of the special treatments which include mud baths and more. No trip to the region is complete without taking a dip in the Dead Sea itself. Marvel as you float on the saline-heavy waters and be sure to try out the natural Dead Sea mud that accumulates upon its shores. Afte return to our departure point."""
From $83.00
 
Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem
"Your day tour begins with a descent into the Judean desert a barren wilderness in the heart of the Holy Land. En-route you will pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan before ascending by cable car to reach the mountaintop site of Masada. The cliff's remoteness and difficult approach made it a perfect fortress and it was here that King Herod built two fortified palaces over 2000 years ago. After exploring the archeological ruins of Masada with your guide you will continue to the Dead Sea past the Ein Gedi oasis and the ancient settlement of Qumran. Here you'll have the opportunity to view the many caves where approximately 900 parchment documents of religious significance were discovered - the fabled Dea
From $105.00

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Buying Dates in Jericho

I love Dried Date Palm Fruits sine I was a child and always buy them in supermarkets and in my recent middle east jaunt, i have sampled a lot of them from egypt, saudi arabia, israel, palestine,...
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West Banks Fortifications

Before WW1,the socalled " West Bank" was under Ottoman rule as part of the province of Syria. In the 1920 San Remo conference, the Allied powers allocated the area to the British Mandate of Palestine....
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Wadi Qelt

St. George Monastery - Greek orthodox, was founded in 5 century, and restored after the crusaders. It is built in the wall of the canyon - Wadi Qelt (Kilt, Kelt, Qilt) which is one of thew biggest...
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Mount of Olives

The mountain ridge east of the Old City is the Mount of Olives, named after the olive groves that used to cover its slopes in the past. The highest point is at-Tur (818m). I was surprised there are no...
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Dominus Flevit Church

Walking down Mount of Olives toward the Old City we saw people getting inside this small church. It’s a roman catholic church that was built in 1955 and is called Dominus Flevit (The Lord Wept) thus...
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Garden of Gethsemane

At the back side of church of All Nations is the garden of Gethsemane (oil press in Aramaic). Early Christian pilgrims were coming to the Garden of Gethsemane and still do. As expected there are many...
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Church of all Nations

This monument was built at the beginning of the 20th century around a section of bedrock where Jesus is said to have prayed before his arrest. Este monumento foi construído no início do século XX em...
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The Old City Gates

Part of the Jewish Quarter below the Al Aqsa Mosque and the Western Wall and extending near the Dung Gate was formerly the Morrocan Quarter (which existed from after the time Saladin defeated the...
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St Anne Church

part two of my St. Anne Church tips with more picture of the crypt below where the Virgin Mary was born. Saint Anne was the Mother of the Virgin Mary and this Site along the Old City of Jerusalem,...
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