Dan Carmel Haifa
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... where a grocery store may be and we only found market set ups. We did have a microwave in our hotel room but it wouldn't be enough to cook a steak. After giving up on the grocery store we started to look for fast food, something different from shwarmas. We noticed that everything was closed so then we started looking for shwarmas again...also closed. We ended up finding a store that was like a minimart. We bought hummus and chips, 2 beers, chocolate milk ...
... is Israel's third largest city. It's an ancient sea port city on the slopes of Mount Carmel. It is rich with history, culture and religions working side by side.
On Mount Carmel is a panoramic view of the terraced Baha'i Gardens, as they flow down its slopes toward the busy harbor. The Baha'i faith is a monotheistic religion emphasizing the spiritual unity of all humankind. It was founded in the 1800's in Persia ...
I have enclosed pictures of the yard, dining area and kitchen. More pictures to come later..The lady in the pic is Gila my friend with the phone to her head which is what she has done much of the time here. Maybe I will explain later.
Shalom to all and Shabbat Shalom if I don't get a chance tomorrow to write as we had seven more guests check in today so busy busy for me.
... the gladiators competed and chariot races were held. Next to that is the remains of the crusader city which was limited to the port area. Again, absolutely amazing to experience and literally touch history. To walk on the same grounds as the chariots raced and sit in the same seats as people 2,000 years ago watching gladiators... Wow. We were saying that it's possible that ...
... no one bought much.
We then had a photo stop at Hamat Gader with views into Jordan across the Yarmuk River. The highlight was when a BMW who had parked too near to our caoch simply pushed the car out of the way for us to get out.
After lunch at Ginosar Kibbutz (seemed more like a hotel) we drove up to the Golan Heights down the east side of the Sea of Galilee. We continued around ...