Dan Hotels Caesaria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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???
... markets, wide roads, baths, temples to Rome and Augustus, and imposing public buildings.
Every five years the city hosted major sports competitions, gladiator games, and theatrical productions in its theatre overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The amphitheater is a tremendous structure still used for concerts today.
As Kamil led us around the grounds we were stunned at the scope of the workmanship in this city made so many years ago. It ...
... Caesar) after defeating Marc Antony at the battle of Actium in 31 BCE, Herod decided to re-build the city and name it Caesarea in honor of the patronage of the emperor. Herod ruled the area of Judea from 37-4 BCE and made Caesarea his permanent residency with a beautiful palace, a large amphitheater for entertainment and gladiatorial games (occupancy 30,000), and a fully-outfitted theater for performances and social gatherings that could hold 10,000 spectators. Josephus ...
... enjoy. Our museum guide was very cavalier & pompous. He really did not teach me anything as he was too busy telling everyone what we were supposed to think and feel. The one thing I was interested in listening to. the audio recording of Ben Gurion's speech, reading of the declaration, the museum guide spoke at us during the entire recording; totally ruining the experience. anyway, rather than rant about the negative, I'll move on ...
... the same area and just built on what was there before. At one time or another it has been Persian, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Crusader, Mameluk and Ottoman. The video they showed really gives you an idea on what a teeming port it was at one ...