The Fauzi Azar Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Fauzi Azar Inn Nazareth
Great staff, clean dorm, showers and toilets are OK, good location.
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I walked to the bus this morning at 6am in shorts and T shirt. The weather here is great. Today they recon it got to 39 but I didn't think it was not that bad. It is supposed to be like that all week. The bus here came through Caesarea and stopped there for about an hour. Caesarea was an important port in its day but has been long since used. the …
Well after I wrote the last post I figured that I lost the key to the lock which kept all my valuables in it so in the morning the owner waddled in and with the greatest exasperation proceeded to smash it up with a hammer. I should probably take more care with keys.
Also, the hostel proceeded to fill up with great triangular Fijians whose …
... by Mt. Gilead where Elijah came from. It's so great to get geographical perspective where all of these places are. Israel, even though a very small country, has many, many mountains.
Our next stop was at Bet She'an. This is where the Philistines hung Saul's dead body to the wall. This is one of the most excavated sites in Israel. There are also amazingly well preserved remnants of Roman civilization there including Roman baths and ...
... they built on top of them), we were able to downclimb the rocks and dip a hand in the Sea of Galilee. (There are swimming beaches, but they were all closed as it is winter.)
We made a quick stop right up the road to put a hand in the Jordan River. This was the section upstream of the Sea of Galilee, which wasn't quite as interesting as the downstream section where Jesus was probably (allegedly?) baptized, but we stopped anyway, in case, due ...
... I enjoyed walking around Safed by myself; the old city’s streets are so narrow, which actually was a highlight of my trip to Safed.
After Safed, we visited Mount Meron, the second highest mountain in Israel, after Hermon, which is in the Golan Heights. We did a group hike around the top of the mountain. The mountain was very tall and I could actually look into Lebanon. It was a bit unnerving to realize how ...