Armon Yam Hotel

Address: 95 Derech Ben Gurion, Bat Yam, 59131, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 95 Derech Ben Gurion, Bat Yam, is near The Grottos at Rosh HaNiqra, The Jaffa Clock Tower, The Railway Tunnels, and The Lebanese Border.
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    Travel Blogs from Bat Yam

    Fast living in an old city

    A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Feb 16, 2015

    ... kibbutz called Gat where a family friend was kind enough in putting me in contact with a lovely family there. I found it a real struggle going from such a fast-paced, lively environment with people around me to being alone in the middle of nowhere. The family I was staying with, the mother was away, children away and father was at work. This wasn't the case for my whole time here but it was for the beginning. My lack of sleep caught up on me ...

    Surveying the Shephelah, Part II

    A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Oct 15, 2014

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    ... Jewish—and a Nabatean. At the house, which had been severely restored to the point of not looking quite authentic, we quickly descended underground to check out some cisterns and quarries. The Bell Caves took a good bit of time to explore, and there we found large underground caverns that were the result of the Romans' exploitation of the underground chalk for use in making a waterproof plaster barrier that they would apply to cistern ...

    Day 19

    A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 30, 2014

    ... fill covering it and then began to trace. The floor is just so messed up. The real floor had been overrun with water, clay, ash and debris and that have us great difficultly. At first we were trying the find the floor but were then told not to removed the things that had settled on it, not the fill but the other stuff. So we did this to what we had left to ...

    Day 12

    A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 22, 2014

    ... it in a bucket to act like a speaker. However, someone accidentally filled it with dirt and I suddenly realized that there was no music. I asked around and we figured out that someone had filled the bucket. We started listening to buckets and dumped the dirt out of some. Soon we found it and it wash;t damaged.
    We had a few people out sick today unfortunately, I hope it doesn't spread. After lunch Alanna and I went to the Russian market. ...

    What a wondrous place this was

    A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure on Jun 15, 2014

    36 photos

    ... most important city. The city controlled this huge swath of land from the coast to the Dead Sea. While there is no springs at Bet Gurvin, during the Roman period there were two aqueducts which channeled flowing water from springs in the Judean Mt. I gotta stop here for a moment and say how impressed I am with the Roman's and their aqueducts. Just their water systems in ...