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TravelPod Member ReviewsAkkotel Acre
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 …
... rest and relaxation!
Later Saturday afternoon, we paid a visit to David Friedman, a renowned Kabbalistic artist. He uses themes from Jewish mysticism in his art to both challenge and inspire wonder. We were all fascinated and blown away by the depth of the messages in his works of art. Following this incredible presentation, we took a nice walk to the top of the citadel, the highest point in Tzfat, which features a beautiful view of the city, ...
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 ...
... have work here in this area, well, as is typical of Israeli business (so I am coming to understand) it is still not here and so we wait until tomorrow no later than 11am for them to bring it. If the part is not here we will have to drive to get it. The short story is the pool pipe has a leak so we had to turn off the pump, so therefore no swimming in the 90 degree weather! Not that I have time to swim, too much to learn and do before Gila ...
Went on the Acre and the Crusaders Kingdom tour. Acre sometimes called Akko is an ancient stone city which has had many rulers and influences. Our guide was quite erratic with his story so we did not entirely understand the history of the place, however we would certainly go back and wander around ourselves with the available guide book or Dictaphone. The city as with all places in this area has been built. destroyed, built ...