Dan Gardens Haifa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... an old Roman coliseum courtyard next to it. Continuing on, I gradually dropped off the pavement road, down the ridge into fields, then finally into the woods.
As the day went on, the sun kept getting higher and higher in the sky and the trees seemed to become fewer and fewer the farther I went. I made it to Zippori National Park, and stopped by the parks entrance station and asked the kind fellow if I could get ...
... seemed so young! But being in a country where there is a potential for attacks, it could be beneficial to have all military carry a weapon at all times.
Once we made it to Haifa, we found our hotel without any issues, checked in and dropped of our bags. Then we were in search for lunch...at 2pm. We walked down a couple of major roads and found a fast food joint to get a couple of shwarmas and sodas for 54 shekels (which seemed expensive for the ...
... Gali was shopping for gifts for the Seder (Passover).
As you enter the shopping centres you pass through a security checkpoint scanner and they check your bag - the same as when you enter a lot if the sights. The other thing we have noticed is that though there is possibly less of a Military presence than we had thought we might see it is just a normal sight to see people in uniform with large guns hanging over their shoulders (or ...
... dressed Arab families was proceeding in to the Arabic version. When our time came he led us in to a surprisingly large theater with tiered chairs upholstered in a peculiar rubbery yellow material. He pointed to the seats where he suggested we sit. Then he gave us each a pair of plastic glasses. "Three-D," he said, “enjoy.” Then, with what seemed to me a slightly mischievous smile, he left.
Annie and I snuggled side-by-side in the dark, ...
... of Tzipori, an archaeological site. The city was prosperous with a market place, bath houses, synagogues, churches, a 4500 seat theatre served by stone paved roads still rutted from wagons and chariots. The highlight of the city is the mosaics and in particular a mosaic of a woman which has been nicknamed the Mona Lisa of Galilee.
For here we went to Tiberias for a shopping opportunity at a ...