Caesar Premier Hotel Tiberias
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Today we tackled the Cliffs of Arbel. I was petrified! With my injured knee, I feared I'd have to have surgery in Israel rather than wait till I got home. I did not want that! Shira assured us that we could all do it. We'd help each other down. I had doubts, but did it anyway.
Before reaching the top of the mountain, we stopped to see the …
... i Gardens in Haifa. These meticulous gardens were built on a side of a very large hill, cascading down to the street level.
We dined in Prime 7 last night at a table for six. We met up with two couples that we have known from day 1, and they asked us to join their table. We had great conversations and food.
Tomorrow we have a full day tour, a tour of Jerusalem.
Until next time...
... br> Illanit and the kids began to walk home as they lived nearby whilst Marcelo and I piled into Kents nice new sedan. We drove down the road until we saw some lights on a building. Kent stopped the car.
“You guys wait here and I’ll go and check if they’re open. I know the guard. He is my wifes cousin”. Relieved we sat back and waited for the verdict. I was no longer worried. I knew that if the border was closed Kent would at least know a ...
... like Big Ben. I read that this Kibbutz and community right off the fertile plains of the jezereel valley had been settled by Jews at the turn of the 20th century and that almost the entire community had been wiped out by malaria as they worked to take a overgrown swampy disease filled wasteland into the amazing agricultural breadbasket of today. I could see that ...
... and packing of 3 days worth of sweaty clothes. We bussed it out to, depending on who you ask, Tzippori, Sipphorous, Dioceserea or Saffuriya-a city in Lower Galilee away from the lake established by Herod Phillip as a temporary capital city (for the funsies, all the spellings are permutations on Moses' wife Zippora). I'll spare you the historical oddities I found interesting and just touch briefly on the awesome mosaics preserved in some of the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaesar Premier Hotel Tiberias
The view of the Sea of Galilee is spectacular. The hotel is clean and the staff friendly.
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