The Fauzi Azar Inn
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Dnes ráno jsme jeli na krátký výlet do města Akko. Vlakem je to asi 20min. Na nadrazi a ve vlaku byla spousta vojáků a vojáček (Terezka chce byt taky), většinou to byly takové zmalovane kocicky. Navíc s poloautomaty. Akko je přístavní město s hradbami. Nachází se v něm mešity, bazar a citadela. Oproti …
Today was wild. Uncharacteristic rain marred the walk at Caesarea. Normally this is a beautiful coastal walk along the Mediterranean Sea from a series of three aqueducts into the archeological site of ancient Caesarea, built by Herod the Great in the 1st century BC.
We arrived in the Druze village on Mount Carmel cold, wet, and hungry and …
Tiberias to Nazareth
It was an hour bus ride from Tiberias to Nazareth and cost 17.50 NIS. We stayed at Fauzi Azar Inn which was an amazing place to stay. It was a little more expensive but it was a beautiful building and the management was great.
We went to a place called Nazareth Village- it's a small village of what it would look …
For three days, I hiked from Nazareth to Capernaum, about forty miles, following trails through fields, down rocky ridges, next to the Sea of Galilee, and across highways. This trail joined places from the New Testament where Jesus preached, performed miracles, or lived. In between these places, the trail perhaps followed the same trails that Jesus …
Name: Suraida Shomar Nasser
Family status: Married, 2 children (boys)
Job: Manager of a Fauzi Azar Inn
Yom Kippur day - most of Israel has shut down to observe. There are no cars on the streets, no shops open, no TV, no radio, no nothing. Religious Jewish Israelis are home with their families …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Great staff, clean dorm, showers and toilets are OK, good location.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.