The Colony Hotel Haifa
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... synagogue, and then enjoyed an amazing feast prepared by Tina, Imbal and Eytan of apples, honey, pomegranates, eggplant, chicken, fish, wine, and lots, lots more. Len and Paula reconnected with new bride and groom, and many extended family members. It was a time of celebration and prayers that the new year would be well-rounded (like an apple), sweet (like honey) and that our blessings would be numerous (like the pomegranate seeds). We ...
... So we went with it. At the airport, we went through a gate where security opened the doors in the car to check who the passengers were and there were people checking passports to get through the front doors of the terminal. But we made it to the train station without too much trouble. We then spent the next hour and a half waiting to get to Haifa.
The train ride wasn't too exciting to look at, nothing worth mentioning anyway. It was more ...
... are believers).Our first stop today was Caesarea Maritima on the Mediteranian Sea. This is a city that was built by Herod The Great which is now in ruins but there is enough left to know what it was like. He had and indoor swimming pool which was rare, an Aqua Duct system, a theater and a unique ...
... Bonaparte tried to lay his hands on Acre and conquer it, but after two months of siege and failed attempts to storm the city’s walls, he retreated in humiliation.
Among the high-walled alleys and underground passages there is a huge mosque and a Christian monastery, an inn and Turkish baths, halls built by the Knights Templar, with an extraordinary Templar tunnel and fascinating archeological findings.
On our way home we ...
... bright in the fireplace. The sun glowing on the golden blossoms of the bush just outside the open door was a lovely counterpoint.
And even the toilet was special! It was a separate building, made from tiny stones. The glassless windows were partially covered with carob curtains—dried carob pods strung together that swayed and clicked in the light breeze. The view from the loo was exquisite.
After several hours of ...