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A comfortable boutique hotel located in the old town wall of Acre. From the terrace (on top of the wall), one has lovely views of the bay and Haifa (on a clear day). Breakfast was good with a great range of cheeses, shakshuka, mezzes etc.
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I only heard the rooster crow at midnight (Iris said we would become well acquainted). Chris heard it on the hour until the 0600 alarm. As if prearranged, he crowed again. I too, heard him then.
We left Be'er sheva with Yaron just after 0630. He drove us to Ronnen's parents' apartment which was coincidentally located across the road from …
Len's sister arranged for a friend of hers, who has a Doctorate in Jewish Studies, to provide us with a day filled with history and interesting cultural experiences. We started with a tour of the historic city of Akko (or Acre) located on the Mediterranean Sea in the north of Israel. Suffice it to say that just about every significant civilization at one time or ...
... said "hey, what about me? Aren't I handsome too?" Then the wife said "hey, what about me?" A few minutes later Evette & I walked down to the beach to serenade me on her guitar. We had a romantic moment for about 2 minutes when the same father & son came running down the beach to go swimming. They were quite lous. The boy was screaming for his mother who was still at the top of the hill. Needless to say, our moment was ...
... anonymous compliments to one another. We then departed the hotel to attend services at an Orthodox Carlebach synagogue, where the service was full of spirit and music in a very festive atmosphere. We then returned to the hotel for a delicious Shabbat dinner, where we learned Shabbat songs from Andrea's family group and our guide, Lihi. After a festive Shabbat atmosphere Friday night, teens enjoyed some free time in the hotel followed by a much needed ...
Sorry, Golan Heights isn't until tomorrow.
Today, we drove west back toward Haifa, then north to Akko (Acre) near the border with Lebanon.
Akko is an ancient walled city, once known by the Crusaders as the city of Acre. Our walking tour included a visit to the Knights' Halls, a series of vaulted halls below street level; the Al-Jazzar ...