Almog Holiday Village

Address: Kibbutz Almog, Aravot Hajarden, 90665 , Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Kibbutz Almog, Aravot Hajarden.
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    Travel Blogs from Aravot Hajarden

    Mount of Olives & Church of the Holy Sepulchre

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Two hundred years later Constantine knocked down Hadrian's temple and built the original Church of the Holy Sepulchre. It stayed intact until 1009 when it was destroyed. Later the Crusaders built a new church which has been added to and changed. The present church is smaller than the original and is a confusing series of sections and levels. Strangely enough six different religious groups claim the right to worship there and have ...

    Day 21 - Departure and arrival.

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 21, 2014

    2 photos

    Sunday morning in Istanbul, and the traffic was really light. Our maniacal minibus driver took a mere 15 minutes for a trip which should take at least thirty. As we walked into the terminal, we were confronted with a huge mass of humanity. It was like being in the midst of a football finals crowd, or at least what we imagine one would be like. The airport terminal is huge and modern. Maybe it isn't as big as the likes of Singapore, Dallas or Frankfurt, but surely ...

    Walking the ramparts

    A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure on Jun 09, 2014

    9 photos

    What an experience . . .looking out on the city through the
    openings in the wall (which is where soldiers would stand to shoot arrows and
    such) one gets a whole new appreciation of how difficult warfare was back in
    the day. The other observation is that
    the rise in the steps were about half again as high as they are on our stairs
    today. I ...

    Erev

    A travel blog entry by rachel.blazer on May 04, 2014

    ... stories. It was so special because most of them were so young and they showed such bravery in sharing. After the ceremony ended we split up into groups and each group got to speak with Ethiopian students. Each of these students or their families had traveled from Ethiopia, most of the time on foot, to freedom in Israel. They all had such amazing stories that really made us have a deeper appreciation for not ...

    The Dead Sea and Jerusalem

    A travel blog entry by travelsofagirl on Apr 15, 2014

    2 comments, 42 photos

    ... giving us detailed accounts of everything that we passed. The Jewish segment of the city appears to have been quite majorly rebuilt since his childhood, as he would look at modern structures and tell us of how he played and climbed amongst the ruins as a boy.

    We went inside the magnificent Church of the Holy Sepulchre (the Church of the Resurrection), which claims to lie on the site that Jesus was both crucified and then ...