Crowne Plaza Hotel Haifa
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... 1191. They - and the Knights Templar - moved their headquarters to Akko where they remained until 1291 and built an amazing complex of buildings. They were booted out in 1291, moved to Cyprus, then Rhodes and finally Malta. The port and the buildings of the Knights were abandoned until about 400 years later when new buildings - a mosque, fortress, synagogue, houses - were built. Instead of excavating the ...
... this seems to be men's hair. Among hip men hair seems to be a prime form of self expression. Long hair, dread locks, pony tails, half ponies, shaved bottoms with buns on top and various styles and lengths of facial hair are seen everywhere.
DRIVING AND WALKING
Israelis drive fast! They are impatient and believe that their car will fit into any space, no matter how small. They also seem to believe that once they are in a parking lot ...
... Independence Day—and was, and how the Palestinians were expelled from their homeland by the “Zionist Israeli occupation.” Considering that Nazareth is and has been for 67 years in Israel, is almost exclusively Arab, and very Christian, I’m not sure who was expelled here, but it certainly made me less comfortable wandering the streets.
A final Christian Galilean holy site note. On a past visit I have been to one of the ...
Is there a better way to start a 66km journey than to ascend 406 steps? I mean it is a great way to break the body into shape right out of the starting gate. Once on the Ridge top I was able to see off both sides and the views were great, though simple. The views also consisted of golden farm fields, a little green drizzled throughout, and the occasional city. The trail brought me past a decorative mosque which has what seemed ...
... walked round it and up and down narrow staircases to different parts of the church owned or operated by different sects - Catholics , Armenians ?? How they ever manage to have a service The Lord indeed only knows! Once back in the streets we walked through the Moslem market to the Wailing Wall. This market was selling all kinds of foodstuffs - bread and fruit and sweets and also clothes and fabrics. Very vibrant and colourful but ...