Dan Carmel Haifa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... assuring us that Birthright has a very close watch on the situation and will adjust our itinerary accordingly. As rockets are apparently flying, one of Birthright's go-to plans for groups that happen to be in Israel during conflict is to send them to the Bedouin tents (where we are now), because they are in the dessert and off the radar of pretty much anything. So for now, we're here. We'll wake up in the morning, ride some camels, and make our next move! Thinking of you ...
... watch the different people coming on to the train. Most of them were young people in military uniforms, we were thinking cadets of sorts. There was also a fair share of people in the same uniforms but with ranks on their sleeves and carrying weapons, rifles or pistols. The EU really doesn't have much in the way of weapons so coming into Israel and seeing this many weapons was a bit of culture shock, not to mention strange seeing rifles carried onto trains. And ...
... hundreds of millions of birds checking in to this ultimate ornithological rest stop. Presumably the birders all wear washable hats.
At the little visitors’ center we were greeted by a park ranger who told us that we must see the movie. Being a little dubious about nature films I asked him what was it was about. "Hula," he said, sensibly enough. "You must see it." OK. He told us to wait until the English version came on; before us a stream ...
We went on a tour called Galilee Splendours and Golan Heights. This started with a trip up to the Mount Carmel, from there we could see Haifa and Baha'i gardens and the Golden Dome (Shrine of the Bab). The gardens were given UNESCO status in 2008. The gardens one of the two holy places for the Baha'i faith and are immaculately kept apparently by around 100 gardeners .
Drove onto Zipporo and the ...
... to live together in peace and harmony and had eighteen companions at first. His peaceful views were seen as a threat and he was arrested and then executed. After he was executed, one of his followers, a man with political connections and money took up the banner of the Bahai faith. He was exiled to Acre, Israel, now Akko. From his prison cell the Bahá'u'lláh or
founder of the faith looked at Haifa’s Mount Carmel ...