Dead Sea/Ein Gedi

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Dead Sea

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Floating in the Dead Sea is a very unique experience.  Don’t get it in your eyes!  Very salty, but good for your skin.  We stopped at En Gedi Nature Reserve on the to Masada and then an En Gedi Spa, where we ate lunch (starving  & exhausted after Masada).  Instead of staying at the spa we drove on down to the public beach to take a float.

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Kay floating in the Dead Sea

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Neal & Kay, Dead Sea at En Gedi

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En Gedi Nature Reserve

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En Gedi Nature Reserve

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Dead Sea at En Gedi

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Dead Sea

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En Gedi Spa

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Spa at En Gedi

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Beach at En Gedi

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Entrance to En Gedi Nature Reserve

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We weren’t even tempted to stop for a ride. We also saw one roaming around in the valley.

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