Rosh-Pinat Noy

Haturmus 30, Rosh Pina, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rosh Pina

Emek Hachula

A travel blog entry by hermanfamily

We decided to try our luck at Emek Hachula nature reserve. We bought a pass for all Israel Nature Parks at the reserve. The place was super hot with no shade and swampy just like Florida. We watched the movie about the Chula Valley and pretty much left. We ...

Travel to Nazareth and Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by barbara.shuey.3


... On the Mount of Olives, marvel at the Church of Ascension and visit the Garden of Gethsemane.

We arrive in Jerusalem, a 3,000‐year‐old city that is also a thriving metropolis. This ancient place is like no other city on earth. It is holy to the worldʹs three major monotheistic religions, and has been fought over for three millennia by a variety ...

Take 'Em to Caesarea Phillipi

A travel blog entry by turner72


... was then on the bus by 7:30, heading to our first place.

We first hiked at a place called Gamala, which was awesome. Settled in a valley in the trans-Jordan Plateau, Gamala is a mountainous outcropping which was founded by some ultra-orthodox Jews in around 130 BC and remained in their control until the 70 AD revolution. During this crisis it housed 10,000 resistors (per Josephus, so you can take those facts or leave them), who gave the Romans a ...

Day 8:Pistachio Tree Park, Hurshat Tal, Tel Dan

A travel blog entry by journeyer


... of the remaining woods from the large forest of Tabor oak that once populated a vast area of the country west of the Jordan.

You might ask, why did I include this text? It’s the stories associated with the geography and the culture as well as the structure and form of trees that intrigue me. Sometimes I get a special sensation near a tree or grove. That how it is today - it is here in this grove at Hurshat Tal, as I am ...

The Religious Road....

A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger


... up and ready for the 7:30 a.m. shuttle - as we aren't 100% sure where the private beach is exactly. We go to the desk and ask about the shuttle - the man at the desk tells me that it is 6:30 - not 7:30. I look at my watch and yes - it is 7:30 - then he tells me that last night was daylight savings - Great - Jim is not happy - and apparently I was supposed to know this - oh well...we find out where the area is and we walk there - they are supposed to open at 7 - so we ...


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