Crowne Plaza Hotel Haifa
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we left bright and sunny j'lem for brighter and sunnier haifa. not bad. jess has already decided to stay here in Israel until the summer arrives back home, which is probably never going to happen, so we might be here forever. she's also been mistaken as an Israeli numerous times, and one of the hotel people thought she was their friend. it appears …
... to be included. Not only was Tina's meal amazing, we might also comment here that, in general, the food in Israel and Jordan has been amazing. We expected that food would not be a focal part of our trip. However, we have delighted in the wonderful selection, the very creative presentations, and the fusion of spices and grains. Lots of hummus, pita, tomatoes, olives, cabbage - everything fresh and nicely prepared. Don't expect we are losing much ...
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 ...
... far, we have made it north to another ancient port town (Acre, sometimes spelled Akko), to Carmel town centre, and most importantly - the beach front.
Favourite flower: Anemone coronaria
Favourite bee: Eucera
Favourite location: Acre
Favourite food: either home made hummus (thank you, Yuda), or rose-flavoured ice cream (nom nom)
Favourite wall art: the horse mural, duh.
... I had an hour to reach the Bahai Gardens, the real reason for my visit to the city. I walked about a mile uphill and probably drank nearly a half-gallon of water , before I decided that taking a bus was the better option.
The Bahai religion was started in Iran in the 1800’s, after a man named Siyyid `Alí-Muhammad, began preaching. He stressed the spiritual unity of mankind and wanted all the religions of ...