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Modi in Israel

Modi in Israel

By Mansi Sharma

Our Prime Minister Narendar Modi is in Israel, to mark 25 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. We know he will be staying at King David Hotel in Jerusalem and will sleep in Trump's bed- well, not literally. It is said that when the PM arrives in Jerusalem, he will be given the same luxury suite that Trump stayed in during his visit. Here is a look at it




King David Hotel
The Presidential Suite at the Hotel



The presidential suite is spread to 110sqm/1185sqf, with the amenities like flat screen T.V, Jacuzzi, large walk in closet, mini bar and also a panoramic view of the city. The living room is upstairs along with a bedroom downstairs.
There are a lot a of things that the PM can do in Israel post his meetings. Here are a few ideas:

•    Dialogue in the dark: This unique exhibit 'reverses roles' as the visionless be-come guides and the sighted become 'blind'. Dialogue in the Dark is a recurring social experience that not only asks sighted participants to walk in the shoes of a blind per-son, but also asks the sight-impaired to share in the experience themselves.
•    Red Sea Star: For lunch the Indian Prime Minister can visit Red Sea Star at the coral reefs of Eliat. There are few places to dine where the table next to you is a co-lourful school of fish passing, and a window next to your silverware leads out to the Red Sea. Each table of the restaurant has two large windows, one at its side, and one above the table. At night, the coral gardens around the Red Sea Star are softly illumi-nated with a light, designed not to disturb the fragile eco-system.
•    Rosh Hanikra Grottoes:  After lunch, PM Modi can take a ride on the worlds steepest cable car and reach the natural Israeli caves which are bluer than blue. Through millennia of strong waves bashing up against the soft chalk cliffs on the Mediterranean Sea, large sea caves have formed around the base. The gondola cars carry from the top of the white cliffs to the bottom, covering over 200 feet in about two minutes.
•    Dead Sea – The PM can visit the lowest point of Earth, the Dead Sea. It is not only fun to float in it but also very healthy, historic and relaxing. It is surrounded by breath taking view which also makes it a must visit.  It is the saltiest water on earth due to the fact that more water evaporates than flows in. After a hectic schedule in Israel, PM Modi can relax on the healthy Dead Sea mud to find inner relaxation and peace.
•    Masada – On the last day of the three day visit to Israel, PM Modi can visit Masada. It is a place which is hard to miss due to its chilling history. Offering the most breath-taking views, Masada is an astonishing natural fortress left clinging to the mountainside in the Judean Desert. It rests 400 meters above sea level, overlooking the Dead Sea.  This is where 960 men and women committed suicide to avoid slavery in the face of Roman Empire. Discovered in 1960, Masada was left untouched for thirteen centuries, while it can only be reached by cable car or steep hiking routes, Masada will be an unforgettable experience for the Indian Prime Minister.

And so, the Indian Prime Minister can take a little of Israel with him in his heart.