Salahuddin Street, 1, Acre, 24112, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Acre


A travel blog entry by rodfricker


Ignoring the worryingly large number of McDonalds restaurants in resort areas, shopping centres and along the major roads, eating out in Israel did, does and always will mean falafel and shwarma bars. The number offering the chance to help yourself to the salads to fill the pitta bread seemed fewer than in the past. Whether it was just the ones we went to, a financial constraint caused by customers abusing the system or due to ...

Richie's Visit

A travel blog entry by rvenezia


This is the blog we have all been waiting for, the one that talks about the majority of Richie's visit to Israel. The first time Richie meet the Tikkun Olam group was when he came with me to see the Diaspora or Museum of the Jewish People in North Tel Aviv, at the university campus. I have been to the museum before and I enjoyed it viewing it, with the group. However, we had to talk about the Museum with the group instead of spending ...

Akko, Israel

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... of all lights in our tiny room. The odd thing is that Mom hadn't even turned the hair dryer on; all she did was plug it in.

I went into the hallway to find the circuit box. Sure enough, the breaker marked “5” (our room number) was tripped. I reset it, but we still had no electricity in our room. Mom was standing there with wet hair and asked me to go downstairs to inform the staff that our power was gone. I threw on some clothes and ventured to the lobby, finding ...


A travel blog entry by levy2013


We said goodbye to Ramot and our luggage (going to Tel Aviv in a separate taxi - yes it did make it there we checked) and our first stop was to Zippori (meaning it sits like a bird). It was the Roman and Byzantine time capital if the Galilee. The Mishnah was written here. It's meant to be one of the most beautiful, fertile spots in Israel. They didn't participate in the battle of Masada and a possible reason why city flourished and Jews and Christians ...

Day 2 - Caesarea Maritima (Ruins of Caesarea)

A travel blog entry by michaelsotosr


... of water, was built in the Herodian period; it was later repaired and enlarged to a double channel when the city grew. The upper aqueduct begins at the springs located some nine kilometers northeast of Caesarea, at the foot of Mt. Carmel. It was constructed with considerable engineering know-how, ensuring the flow of water, by gravity, from the springs to the ...

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