Dan Carmel Haifa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... passengers - and one of them could understand me - and will alert me to the stop I need to get of on...so that's good. More English speaking people and signs in this area....but still frustratingly few!!......Later....Train trip was good - Tel Aviv big and busy as I expected....but the Central Bus Station was only a 5 min. walk from train. But this CBS was unlike any I had ever seen ...more like a busy,messy underground mall!! And of course very little English ...
... to put another deposit down. So in the end there was hugely unnecessary expense, rain and generally not knowing where I was going was not the most welcoming entry to Haifa.
Having said all this, I've managed to get in contact with some couch surfers, so looking forward to meeting them tomorrow.
Bit bummed I had to leave my new friends in Tel Aviv looking forward to the vast journey ahead of me.
We had an easy day today. Because of all the positive feedback they always get about being in Galilee, Rodney wanted us to have some free time this morning to just enjoy it. We had a later breakfast than usual and checked out of the accommodation. The plan was to allow those who wanted to have a swim while others had a walk or just sat back and reflected. We went to the place where we were having lunch a couple of hours later as we expected to be able to have a swim ...
... br> On the drive to the hotel we saw cows on a hill! How strange, I would understand goats, but cows?! The hills also had a lot of Olive trees, which are always shiny. We are staying in Nazareth, which has about 80K people. There are 2 parts of Nazareth, the upper part is mostly Jewish, and the lower is most Arab. The difference can be seen in with the roofs, as Jews usually have pitched roofs with titles, whereas the Arabs have flat roofs. The flat roofs are actually more practical in this ...
... br> Finally, we actually saw a rooftop. It was down an even steeper path, which I elected not to traverse. So I pulled over to the side—not sure why I bothered because there clearly hadn’t been a vehicle, or goat, on this road for weeks—and told Annie I was going to walk down that path and see what I could see. The time of our reservation had passed, so I was feeling some urgency.
I slipped and slid on the sand and ...