Dan Hotels Caesaria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsDan Hotels Caesaria Caesarea
This hotel was poorly cleaned and staffed and tried to charge MANY on our tour for items from the mini-bar that were not used. It's a racket
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We got up at 4 to leave Petra at 5 because we needed to make the crossing back into Israel by about 11:30 am. Otherwise we would be stuck in Jordan until after Shabbat! So off we went. The hotel packed us some little sandwiches and fruit since we couldn't wait for breakfast. Wasn't hungry anyway. Who is hungry when it is dark outside???
... English – but we pronounce Caesar wrong too.
But it an interesting excavation in progress/restoration/tourist site, mostly empty when we were there except for a busload of Midwestern Christian tourists (Iowa City & thereabouts, Assembly of God, so you know we asked.) Beautiful Mosaics – were they found intact or were the original tiles reassembled or were all or some of them reconstructed from pictures or typical patterns? No signage ...
... and the Dome of the Rock is another example of the supersession and cooption that are so common at religious sites. But Zev sees the coexistence of the three traditions tied so closely together around Jerusalem, following ancient principles of holy sites that predate all three faiths, and actually sharing the space with fairly minimal conflict, all things considered.
And they are incredibly close together.
“There’s that spot in the ...
... mostly of ivory. Built by Herod the great.
2 tombs here of Jezebel & Ahab remains
Grave of John the Baptist
Ate at the Samaria restaurant.
Driving next to Caesera, stopped by security and everyone had to show passports here. More secure area because of problems here. Major Israel military airport.
3rd stop Casarea
66 ad war started
- aqueducts built by Herod the great. Aqueducts reached 12 miles out of Mt. Carmel to bring fresh water from ...
... of the Carmelites is a Catholic religious order which was founded on Mount Carmel, the traditional home of the Prophet Elijah, at the time of the Crusades. As the Prophet Elijah is the Carmelites’ venerated saint and great patron, a statue of him holding a sword adorns the well-kept monastery courtyard. The meaning of this monastery’s name, Muhraka, in Arabic is "place of burning", as according to the Bible, in this place ...