Carlton Nahariya

Address: Gaaton blvd. 23, Nahariya, 22444, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Gaaton blvd. 23, Nahariya, is near Ramon Crater, Ein Avdat National Park, Nabatean Avdat Acropolis, and The Alpaca Farm.
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      Megiddo Day 1

      A travel blog entry by camosami on Jul 13, 2014

      ... scrambled eggs and blintzes. Good and interesting.
      Despite the number of differences, I enjoyed the day and I think I will enjoy this site. The newness and adventure of digging here, along with the fact that Megiddo has yielded great finds, makes staying here well worth it! Now it's time to catch up on some sleep. Oh yeah, did I mention that last night our room was not ready until 11 pm? We functioned fine regardless, with our baklava. ...

      Północ- Haifa-Akka-Naharya-Liban

      A travel blog entry by wojtekn2 on May 20, 2014

      7 photos

      Dziś coś specjalnego. Jedziemy na północ tak daleko jak się da. Naharya na północy znana jest z cudownych wapiennych klifów i jaskiń oraz z.... Rakietowego ostrzału przez Hezbollach. Jest to jedno z niebezpieczniejszych miejsc w Izraelu. Pobudka z rana i już jedziemy przez korki stolicy na północ. Haifę i Cezareę zobaczymy w ...

      Haifa, Jerusalem and Bethlehem

      A travel blog entry by punters on Mar 20, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... and female army officers with machine guns. It is compulsory for all Israelis to do three years army service after leaving school. Apparently on the day of our tour it was a change over of soldiers and as a result it felt like there were more soldiers than tourists.
      Headed back to our bus and a three hour bus trip returning at 7:30PM where we had a buffet meal and an early night.
      Overall our day in Israel was long, beautiful and very scary. Glad to be back on the boat ...

      Akko, Israel

      A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Nov 08, 2013

      28 photos

      ... level. The halls long ago served as the headquarters for the Knights Hospitallers but were buried in 1291 when the Maluks invaded.

      Our tour completed, we sat down for lunch at a small grill about 2:20. Mom ordered dennis fish with french fries and I had beef kebabs with fries. We were also served pita bread and a salad. Everything was tasty, but incredibly expensive – our bill for the food and two Cokes came to staggering 140 shekels ($39.67). In many locations ...

      On our way to Tiberias-Thursday, April 18

      A travel blog entry by israel2013 on Apr 19, 2013

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... dipping our feet in the river.

      Next (I told you it was jam packed!), was Qumran. Qumran is located near the Dead Sea and is the site where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found just decades ago. This was particularly exciting! Cave 4 was right in front of us and this was the place where the scrolls of Isaiah were found. Kevin took off and explored the caves. This was definitely a highlight for him!

      Our very last ...