Caesar Premier Hotel Tiberias
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The view of the Sea of Galilee is spectacular. The hotel is clean and the staff friendly.
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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 …
... asked to purchase food from nearby shops however our driver was extremely concerned about us being questioned by Police and we agreed it was time to leave. Finally we were taken to a restaurant back in Israel at 2:30PM and were certainly over charged however we were ravenous. Next stop the Wailing Wall where Jewel and Jolene placed written wishes in the wall from where they retreated ensuring they never had their backs to the wall. Next onto old Jewish areas with numerous ...
... noon, so we were not able to go inside. The lower gardens were not part of the guided tour.
After walking around some gardens outside the Shrine of the Bab, Mom, Claudie, and I got in a shared van for the three-minute ride back up the mountain and were dropped off at the tour starting point. Claudie headed back to her hotel while Mom and I sat in our rental car. We departed Haifa at 12:28 p.m. en route to Tel Aviv.
... there and much warmer! We got to see a very old sycamore tree, similar to the one Zacchaeus would have climbed to see Jesus. So cool.
Next, we drove to the Mount of Temptation. This is possibly where Jesus fasted for 40 days and 40 nights in the Judean desert. It was also potentially the place where Jesus was tempted to show his divinity and to turn a stone into bread. This was also the place where many in ...
... now enemies. We got to see the Lebanon border. I have now seen North Korea and Lebanon borders but not entered. There was once a railway here that passed from London to Egypt, but it is now closed. The grottos were formed naturally by the water and there are these underground tunnels that you can walk through and see the water passing through underneath your feet. It was a fun site. It did not cost any money to see any of the sites ...