Dan Panorama Haifa
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The room was nice and the breakfast buffet had much more food than we could afford to eat.
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... 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 ...
... we will take a boat across Sea of Galilee.
Next, we visited the Mount of beatitudes, we're Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount. See Matthew 4, about how Jesus taught around the Sea of Galilee. Many crowds followed him while he taught and healed. Dr. Percer read the Beatitudes (Matt. 5). It is a call to repent and know that makes Heaven near. The Bible explains it a heart matter and requires faith. You will be saved when you confess with your mouth and believe. Jesus did ...
Last evening we took a walk with the guide around old Tel Aviv and walked along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea at sunset. It was beautiful. The weather continues to be wonderful. Of course it's humid here next to the Sea but it's not that bad!! We had dinner overlooking the Med!
We checked out of our hotel in Tel Aviv, got on the bus and headed north. We stopped in Caesarea. This is where King Herod built a ...
... the door were big wine barrels and a monumental hunk of cheese. Yup, it was a restaurant.
Predictably, the hostess spoke immaculate English and produced an English menu. She seated us by a window, which looked out towards the duck pond. Our server appeared and I brazenly asked her, where are we and what is this? Unflustered, she told us that this restaurant was called T’zel Tamar, run by the Kibbutz Ashot Yaacov. She said that ...
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 ...