Caesar Premier Hotel Tiberias
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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 …
... and never before have I been forced to take insurance at an additional charge not disclosed during booking.
Mom and I walked the nearby parking garage to pick up our silver Renault sedan, departing TLV at 3:12 p.m. We drove west on Israel 1, then north on Israel 20 and Israel 2 en route to Haifa, where we’re staying during our two-day stopover en route to Cyprus. We encountered horrible traffic making our ...
ummm,as usual the tour program when we were enroute from tiberias to Jerusalem,we will visit Haifa from lunch (yes,only for lunch).i'm pretty curious with this city,it has a beautiful port and sea,but when i was there,i'm not seeing too much activity (perhaps ...
... our first stop on the long day. It is about 45 minutes from Tel Aviv. It is a fortress on the water that is a combination of a Roman colony and crusader fortress. They had the typical ruins here like a theater (still used today), hippodrome (for horse racing), residences, pools, guesthouses, storage rooms and many other places to make this a thriving spot. In roman times, this was the official residence for the governor of Judea. At ...
... gave Elijah supernatural power to speedily run! (1 Kings 18)
From the top of the peak of Mount Carmel, we could see the Jezreel Valley, which is a vital piece of land because it is the only east-west access between the Mediterranean coast and the Jordan Valley. Here are some of the significant historical and Biblical events that occurred in this valley:
- In the early Biblical Era, this valley was controlled by the ...