Crowne Plaza Hotel Haifa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Haifa
... peninsula and incorporates a small arab village within the walls with the usual maze of passage ways and a souk.
The walls of the fortress are massive and it is hard to fathom how they were ever penetrated.
The other point of interest is the citadel that rises above the walls. This is the place that the British interned many of the Jewish 'freedom fighters' during the struggle to create Israel out of British mandated Palestine. ...
... I have felt so incredibly at home here. They are both hiking guides (among other jobs) and said they'll help out whereever I am in Israel.
One of Roi's friend's stayed the night too and he works at the Harduf Kibbutz (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harduf) so I said I'll try and work there for a while. I've got my plan sorted out and is a combination of buses and hitch-hiking but it's not too far.
Will see how it goes.
... interview with of one of the Israeli widows, she was reflecting about her husband,it moved me to shed a tear. •The Syrians' attacked with ten times the number of tanks that Israel had,Israel knew their position was too important to lose.The Syrians eventually retreated and the valley where the battle was fought ( Mt. Hermon in the north and Mt.Bental ) became known as the "Valley of Tears".Our next stop was at ...
... with his wife for dinner. To top it off he did not charge me anything for my stay. The goats were really cute and loved to be pet <3
Before taking off in the morning I jumped in their swimming pool to once again douse my shirt and scarf. The trail meander through farm fields, dirt roads, and occasionally some trees. A few cool things to point out on my second day would be walking on an old Roman Road, ...
... allowed by law to enter Palestine without a passport whilst we are also meant to go through customs and have our passports signed. He was determined however to sneak in with us to take us to his friends “souvenir shop” (flash back to Thailand and jewellery / silk and silver shops) and drove us in through a back entrance to the "West Bank".
We had to change cars several times and left our driver at the Souvenir Shop whilst another driver took us to ...