Dan Hotels Caesaria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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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???
... like with what I'm seeing here. I will have to add posts possibly later or when I return home.
Caesarea was the first stop on the list. This was where apostle Peter came up from Joppa (Jaffa) upon request from Cornelius, who became the first Gentile to be told the Gospel and baptized. (Acts 10:23-48)
Herod the Great also had one of his palaces on the shore as ...
... 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 ...
On Friday, we boarded our bus bright and early for a long bus ride through the West Bank to northern Israel along the Mediterranean Sea. Our destination was the old Roman city of Caesarea. This Roman town was built by King Herod about 25–13 BC as a major port city. Many artifacts and remnants of this impressive city remain today. Herod named it Caesarea in honor of the Roman emperor, Caesar Augustus. He developed a deep sea harbor and ...
Caesarea Maritima had its beginnings during the Persian rule (586-332 BC) when the Phoenician kings of Tyre decided to build a southern port settlement along the Mediterranean coastline. The settlement grew into a city and became more populated during the Hellenistic period (332-37 BC) as well. Prior to the name Caesarea, the city was known as Straton's Tower. But when the territory was given to King Herod in 30 BC by ...