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BML0728090509 sun raise the Dead Sea Moriah Hotel

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BML0729091033 the Dead Sea Moriah Hotel

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BML0728090508 sun raise the Dead Sea Moriah Hotel

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This is an oasis and holiday destination on the Dead Sea.

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Haim Dror

Moriah Plaza Tiberias, former known as Sheraton - A Resort & Spa Hotel on the Sea of Galilee Shore The hotel offers 258 spacious and comfortable rooms newly renovated, including 19 suites and a Presidential Suite, all with wonderful views of the Sea of Galilee or the city, along with personal family service. The hotel features halls for conferences and special events for groups of between 10 and 400 people, as well as the Texas Ranch restaurant, where groups of up to 110 participants can be hosted. You are invited to indulge yourselves at the new Bereniki Spa, which features a covered outdoor Jacuzzi, indoor Jacuzzi, wet and dry sauna, a fitness room with state-of-the-art equipment and a couples' treatment suite with private Jacuzzi. The hotel also features an outdoor swimming pool (seasonal). Younger guests are invited to enjoy the hotel's new children's club, featuring games areas, Gymboree, new-model PlayStation areas, and more.
שרתון טבריה - מלון הנופש והספא על שפת הכינרת המלון מציע ¸258 חדרים מרווחים ונוחים מתוכם 19 סוויטות וסוויטה נשיאותית, כולם עם נוף מרהיב לכנרת או לעיר ושירות אישי ומשפחתי. אתם מוזמנים להתפנק בברניקי ספא החדש המציע ג'קוזי חיצוני מקורה, ג'קוזי פנימי, סאונה רטובה, סאונה יבשה, חדר כושר עם המכשור המתקדם ביותר, חדרי טיפולים וסוויטת טיפולים זוגית עם ג'קוזי פרטי. במלון בריכת שחייה חיצונית (עונתית) הקטנים שבינינו מוזמנים ליהנות ממועדון הילדים החדש הכולל פינות משחקים, פינות יצירה, ג'ימבורי, עמדות PlayStation חדישות ועוד. במלון אולמות לעריכת אירועים וכנסים מ10ועד 400 איש ומסעדת הטקסס ראנץ' בה ניתן לערוך אירועים משפחתיים עד 110 איש.

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Sheraton Moriah Tel Aviv A Business & Resort Hotel on the Promenade and the Sea The hotel is situated in the heart of the city, near centers of business and entertainment. It has 332 rooms, including executive rooms and suites, all of which face magnificent view of the Mediterranean Sea. Business room guests are invited to take advantage of secretarial services, as well as light snacks and drink all through the day in the Royal VIP business lounge. The hotel features an outdoor seawater pool (seasonal) with a direct access to the beach and promenade, sauna, gym and beauty salon. In addition, it offers seven halls outfitted with the latest equipment, for events hosting between 15 and 400 people. Private or business events for up to 80 guests can be held at the New York Hall, located on the 18th floor, overlooking the sea and wonderful landscapes of Tel Aviv to the north and Jaffa to the south.
שרתון מוריה תלאביב - מלון העסקים והנופש על הטיילת והים במלון הממוקם בלב העיר בקרבת אזורי הבילוי והעסקים 332 חדרי אירוח מרווחים, חדרי עסקים וסוויטות כולם פונים לנופו המרהיב של הים. השוהים בחדרי העסקים יוכלו ליהנות
משירותי מזכירות ומכיבוד קל בכל שעות היום בטרקלין העסקים של המלון. במלון בריכה (עונתית) , חדר כושר, סאונה יבשה וגישה נוחה לחוף הים והטיילת. המלון מציע 7 אולמות עם מכשור מתקדם לעריכת אירועים מ 15 עד 400 איש. באולם ניו יורק בקומה ה 18מול הים והנוף הנהדר של תלאביב מצפון ויפו מדרום ניתן לערוך אירועים פרטיים או עסקיים עד 80איש.

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Not the best beach front in the world. A bit run down and dirty...

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Check http://www.starwoodhotelssucks.com
We typically stay at Sheraton hotels when traveling. Our stay at the Sheraton Moriah in Tel Aviv, Israel was a living hell! Speaking with Starwood Hotels customer service was pointless also - AVOID Starwood Hotels if you want a relaxing vacation. One thing was we locked our passports in their crappy room safe (several rooms had this same problem with not all keys working)

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http://linkclick.co/Isrotel-Dead-Sea - Israel Hotels Dead Sea
Deep below sea level, at the lowest point on the face of the earth and by the shore of a unique natural phenomenon, Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel & SPa awaits you. Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel & Spa is a green oasis of health, tranquility, indulgence and spa, located in Israel, within dramatic views of desert mountains and elevated cliffs. Here too, the Isrotel chain tradition of excellence and hospitality is evident -- professional spa treatments, healthy mineral mud baths, Yoga workshops, sweet water swimming pools, Dead Sea Water swimming pools, spacious rooms and the highest level of service -- allowing a peaceful holiday, spa and leisure ambience, relaxation and health for your body and soul.
Board Basis: Bed & Breakfast, Half Board
Isrotel Dead Sea, Ein Bokek, Dead Sea, 86980, Phone Fax :08-6520301
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nightlife in the hotel on 12th floor missing my family at home

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Visions in Mathematics Towards 2000
All videos playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP0YToNcfAwLBd8yibTtjv3aHfcbT4GBA
The Proceeding of this conference was published by Birkhauser in two parts, and also represent the Volume 2000 of GAFA:
https://books.google.ru/books?id=kQtYL7pUWSwC&printsec=frontcover&hl=ru#v=onepage&q&f=false
https://books.google.ru/books?id=MNpJ4voD5PQC&printsec=frontcover&hl=ru#v=onepage&q&f=false
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, 9:15-15:00
1.0 Introduction by U.Liberman and V.Milman
1.1 M. Gromov : Geometry as the art of asking questions
1.2 H. Hofer : Holomorphic curves and real three-dimentional dynamics
1.3 Y. Eliashberg : Symplectic field theory
1.4 H. Furstenberg : Dynamical methods in Diophantine problems
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, 15:00-18:00
1.5 G. Margulis : Diophantine approximation, lattices and flows on homogeneous spaces
1.6 Y. Sinai : On some problems in the theory of dynamical systems and mathematical physics
1.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Day August 25 with introduction by Y. Sinai (Zakharov, Shnirelman, Hofer)
Thursday, August 26, 1999, 9:00-12:00
2.1 J. Fröhlich: Large quantum systems
2.2 Y. Ne'eman : Physics as geometry – Plato vindicated
2.3 A. Connes : Non-commutative geometry
Thursday, August 26, 1999, 13:00-18:00
2.4 P. Shor : Mathematical problems in quantum information theory
2.5 A. Razborov : Complexity of proofs and computation
2.6 A. Wigderson : Some fundamental insights of computational complexity
2.7 M. Rabin : The mathematics of trust and adversity
Friday, August 27, 1999, 14:00-18:00, Moriah Hotel, Dead Sea
3.1 A. Jaffe : Mathematics of quantum fields
3.2 S. Novikov : Topological phenomena in real physics
3.3 Discussion on Mathematical Physics with introduction by A. Connes
3.4 Discussion on Geometry with introduction by M. Gromov
Sunday, August 29, 1999, 10:00-12:00, 14:00-16:00, Moriah Hotel, Dead Sea
4.1 Discussion on Mathematics in the Real World (image, applications etc.) with introduction by R. Coifman
4.2 Discussion on Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics with introduction by M. Rabin
Monday, August 30, 1999, 9:00-12:30
5.1 R. Coifman : Challenges in analysis 1
5.2 P. Jones : Challenges in analysis 2
5.3 E. Stein : Some geometrical concepts arising in harmonic analysis
5.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning August 30
Monday, August 30, 1999, 14:30-18:00
5.5 H. Iwaniec : Automorphic forms in recent developments of analytic number theory
5.6 P. Sarnak : Some problems in number theory and analysis
5.7 D. Zagier : On "q" (or "Connections between modular forms, combinatorics and topology")
5.8 Discussion "The unreasonable effectiveness of modular forms" introduced by P. Sarnak
Tuesday, August 31, 1999, 9:00-13:00
6.1 L. Lovász : Discrete and continuous: two sides of phenomena
6.2 N. Alon : Probabilistic and algebraic methods in discrete mathematics
6.3 G. Kalai : An invitation to Tverberg's theorem
6.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning August 31
Tuesday, August 31, 1999, 14:30-19:00
6.5 T. Gowers : Rough structure and crude classification
6.6 J. Bourgain : Some problems in Hamiltonian PDE's
6.7 V. Milman : Topics in geometric analysis
6.8 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening August 31
Wednesday, September 1, 1999, 9:00-12:30
7.1 S. Bloch : Characteristic classes for linear differential equations
7.2 V. Voevodsky : Motivic homotopy types
7.3 D. Kazhdan : The lifting problems and crystal base
Wednesday, September 1, 1999, 14:30-18:40
7.4 A. Beilinson : Around geometric Langlands
7.5 J. Bernstein : Equivariant derived categories
7.6 V. Kac : Classification of infinite-dimensional simple groups of supersymetries and quantum field theory
7.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening September 1
Thursday, September 2, 1999, 9:00-12:50
8.1 R. MacPherson : On the applications of topology
8.2 M. Kontsevich : Smooth and compact
8.3 D. Sullivan : String interactions in topology
8.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning September 2
Thursday, September 2, 1999, 14:30-19:00
8.5 R.J. Aumann : Mathematical game theory: Looking backward and forward
8.6 E. Hrushovski : Logic and geometry
8.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening September 2
8.8 Discussion "The role of homotopical algebra in physics" with introductions by D. Sullivan and M. Kontsevich
Friday, September 3, 1999, 9:00-13:30
9.1 T. Spencer : Universality and statistical mechanics
9.2 E. Lieb : The mathematics of the second law of thermodynamics
9.3 A. Kupiainen : Lessons for turbulence
9.4 S. Klainerman : Some general remarks concerning nonlinear PDE's
9.5 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Day September 3

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Visions in Mathematics Towards 2000
All videos playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP0YToNcfAwLBd8yibTtjv3aHfcbT4GBA
The Proceeding of this conference was published by Birkhauser in two parts, and also represent the Volume 2000 of GAFA:
https://books.google.ru/books?id=kQtYL7pUWSwC&printsec=frontcover&hl=ru#v=onepage&q&f=false
https://books.google.ru/books?id=MNpJ4voD5PQC&printsec=frontcover&hl=ru#v=onepage&q&f=false
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, 9:15-15:00
1.0 Introduction by U.Liberman and V.Milman
1.1 M. Gromov : Geometry as the art of asking questions
1.2 H. Hofer : Holomorphic curves and real three-dimentional dynamics
1.3 Y. Eliashberg : Symplectic field theory
1.4 H. Furstenberg : Dynamical methods in Diophantine problems
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, 15:00-18:00
1.5 G. Margulis : Diophantine approximation, lattices and flows on homogeneous spaces
1.6 Y. Sinai : On some problems in the theory of dynamical systems and mathematical physics
1.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Day August 25 with introduction by Y. Sinai (Zakharov, Shnirelman, Hofer)
Thursday, August 26, 1999, 9:00-12:00
2.1 J. Fröhlich: Large quantum systems
2.2 Y. Ne'eman : Physics as geometry – Plato vindicated
2.3 A. Connes : Non-commutative geometry
Thursday, August 26, 1999, 13:00-18:00
2.4 P. Shor : Mathematical problems in quantum information theory
2.5 A. Razborov : Complexity of proofs and computation
2.6 A. Wigderson : Some fundamental insights of computational complexity
2.7 M. Rabin : The mathematics of trust and adversity
Friday, August 27, 1999, 14:00-18:00, Moriah Hotel, Dead Sea
3.1 A. Jaffe : Mathematics of quantum fields
3.2 S. Novikov : Topological phenomena in real physics
3.3 Discussion on Mathematical Physics with introduction by A. Connes
3.4 Discussion on Geometry with introduction by M. Gromov
Sunday, August 29, 1999, 10:00-12:00, 14:00-16:00, Moriah Hotel, Dead Sea
4.1 Discussion on Mathematics in the Real World (image, applications etc.) with introduction by R. Coifman
4.2 Discussion on Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics with introduction by M. Rabin
Monday, August 30, 1999, 9:00-12:30
5.1 R. Coifman : Challenges in analysis 1
5.2 P. Jones : Challenges in analysis 2
5.3 E. Stein : Some geometrical concepts arising in harmonic analysis
5.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning August 30
Monday, August 30, 1999, 14:30-18:00
5.5 H. Iwaniec : Automorphic forms in recent developments of analytic number theory
5.6 P. Sarnak : Some problems in number theory and analysis
5.7 D. Zagier : On "q" (or "Connections between modular forms, combinatorics and topology")
5.8 Discussion "The unreasonable effectiveness of modular forms" introduced by P. Sarnak
Tuesday, August 31, 1999, 9:00-13:00
6.1 L. Lovász : Discrete and continuous: two sides of phenomena
6.2 N. Alon : Probabilistic and algebraic methods in discrete mathematics
6.3 G. Kalai : An invitation to Tverberg's theorem
6.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning August 31
Tuesday, August 31, 1999, 14:30-19:00
6.5 T. Gowers : Rough structure and crude classification
6.6 J. Bourgain : Some problems in Hamiltonian PDE's
6.7 V. Milman : Topics in geometric analysis
6.8 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening August 31
Wednesday, September 1, 1999, 9:00-12:30
7.1 S. Bloch : Characteristic classes for linear differential equations
7.2 V. Voevodsky : Motivic homotopy types
7.3 D. Kazhdan : The lifting problems and crystal base
Wednesday, September 1, 1999, 14:30-18:40
7.4 A. Beilinson : Around geometric Langlands
7.5 J. Bernstein : Equivariant derived categories
7.6 V. Kac : Classification of infinite-dimensional simple groups of supersymetries and quantum field theory
7.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening September 1
Thursday, September 2, 1999, 9:00-12:50
8.1 R. MacPherson : On the applications of topology
8.2 M. Kontsevich : Smooth and compact
8.3 D. Sullivan : String interactions in topology
8.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning September 2
Thursday, September 2, 1999, 14:30-19:00
8.5 R.J. Aumann : Mathematical game theory: Looking backward and forward
8.6 E. Hrushovski : Logic and geometry
8.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening September 2
8.8 Discussion "The role of homotopical algebra in physics" with introductions by D. Sullivan and M. Kontsevich
Friday, September 3, 1999, 9:00-13:30
9.1 T. Spencer : Universality and statistical mechanics
9.2 E. Lieb : The mathematics of the second law of thermodynamics
9.3 A. Kupiainen : Lessons for turbulence
9.4 S. Klainerman : Some general remarks concerning nonlinear PDE's
9.5 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Day September 3

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Hey this is from my trip to Egypt & Isreal, going to Jerusalem, and swimming in the dead sea in the dawn light. Pretty amazing sight, but you had to be there to really see it.

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'Sexy Thing' as performed by the poolside of 'Sheraton Moriah Hotel' Eilat. Friday 23rd May 2008.

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Visions in Mathematics Towards 2000
All videos playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP0YToNcfAwLBd8yibTtjv3aHfcbT4GBA
The Proceeding of this conference was published by Birkhauser in two parts, and also represent the Volume 2000 of GAFA:
https://books.google.ru/books?id=kQtYL7pUWSwC&printsec=frontcover&hl=ru#v=onepage&q&f=false
https://books.google.ru/books?id=MNpJ4voD5PQC&printsec=frontcover&hl=ru#v=onepage&q&f=false
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, 9:15-15:00
1.0 Introduction by U.Liberman and V.Milman
1.1 M. Gromov : Geometry as the art of asking questions
1.2 H. Hofer : Holomorphic curves and real three-dimentional dynamics
1.3 Y. Eliashberg : Symplectic field theory
1.4 H. Furstenberg : Dynamical methods in Diophantine problems
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, 15:00-18:00
1.5 G. Margulis : Diophantine approximation, lattices and flows on homogeneous spaces
1.6 Y. Sinai : On some problems in the theory of dynamical systems and mathematical physics
1.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Day August 25 with introduction by Y. Sinai (Zakharov, Shnirelman, Hofer)
Thursday, August 26, 1999, 9:00-12:00
2.1 J. Fröhlich: Large quantum systems
2.2 Y. Ne'eman : Physics as geometry – Plato vindicated
2.3 A. Connes : Non-commutative geometry
Thursday, August 26, 1999, 13:00-18:00
2.4 P. Shor : Mathematical problems in quantum information theory
2.5 A. Razborov : Complexity of proofs and computation
2.6 A. Wigderson : Some fundamental insights of computational complexity
2.7 M. Rabin : The mathematics of trust and adversity
Friday, August 27, 1999, 14:00-18:00, Moriah Hotel, Dead Sea
3.1 A. Jaffe : Mathematics of quantum fields
3.2 S. Novikov : Topological phenomena in real physics
3.3 Discussion on Mathematical Physics with introduction by A. Connes
3.4 Discussion on Geometry with introduction by M. Gromov
Sunday, August 29, 1999, 10:00-12:00, 14:00-16:00, Moriah Hotel, Dead Sea
4.1 Discussion on Mathematics in the Real World (image, applications etc.) with introduction by R. Coifman
4.2 Discussion on Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics with introduction by M. Rabin
Monday, August 30, 1999, 9:00-12:30
5.1 R. Coifman : Challenges in analysis 1
5.2 P. Jones : Challenges in analysis 2
5.3 E. Stein : Some geometrical concepts arising in harmonic analysis
5.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning August 30
Monday, August 30, 1999, 14:30-18:00
5.5 H. Iwaniec : Automorphic forms in recent developments of analytic number theory
5.6 P. Sarnak : Some problems in number theory and analysis
5.7 D. Zagier : On "q" (or "Connections between modular forms, combinatorics and topology")
5.8 Discussion "The unreasonable effectiveness of modular forms" introduced by P. Sarnak
Tuesday, August 31, 1999, 9:00-13:00
6.1 L. Lovász : Discrete and continuous: two sides of phenomena
6.2 N. Alon : Probabilistic and algebraic methods in discrete mathematics
6.3 G. Kalai : An invitation to Tverberg's theorem
6.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning August 31
Tuesday, August 31, 1999, 14:30-19:00
6.5 T. Gowers : Rough structure and crude classification
6.6 J. Bourgain : Some problems in Hamiltonian PDE's
6.7 V. Milman : Topics in geometric analysis
6.8 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening August 31
Wednesday, September 1, 1999, 9:00-12:30
7.1 S. Bloch : Characteristic classes for linear differential equations
7.2 V. Voevodsky : Motivic homotopy types
7.3 D. Kazhdan : The lifting problems and crystal base
Wednesday, September 1, 1999, 14:30-18:40
7.4 A. Beilinson : Around geometric Langlands
7.5 J. Bernstein : Equivariant derived categories
7.6 V. Kac : Classification of infinite-dimensional simple groups of supersymetries and quantum field theory
7.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening September 1
Thursday, September 2, 1999, 9:00-12:50
8.1 R. MacPherson : On the applications of topology
8.2 M. Kontsevich : Smooth and compact
8.3 D. Sullivan : String interactions in topology
8.4 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Morning September 2
Thursday, September 2, 1999, 14:30-19:00
8.5 R.J. Aumann : Mathematical game theory: Looking backward and forward
8.6 E. Hrushovski : Logic and geometry
8.7 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Evening September 2
8.8 Discussion "The role of homotopical algebra in physics" with introductions by D. Sullivan and M. Kontsevich
Friday, September 3, 1999, 9:00-13:30
9.1 T. Spencer : Universality and statistical mechanics
9.2 E. Lieb : The mathematics of the second law of thermodynamics
9.3 A. Kupiainen : Lessons for turbulence
9.4 S. Klainerman : Some general remarks concerning nonlinear PDE's
9.5 Discussion of the subjects of lectures, Day September 3

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During holidays in Israel, we had a great opportunity to overfly the impressive and mysterious Dead Sea and ruisnas of what was a great civilization Masada. It was impressive for his views. Very recomndable

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