Dona Gracia Hotel

3 Haprahim Street , Tiberias, Galilee, 14204, Israel | Hotel
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Adventure Day 2

A travel blog entry by camosami

1

... to Bet She'an. I got a pleasant sense of deja vu. We saw the theatre, colonnade street, mosaics and 4th century bathhouses of the Late Roman city. We also saw the Israelite fortress and Egyptian governor's house at a high election, on top of the tel itself (the Roman city surround it).
Next was Belvoir, a Cursader fortress. The fortress was built in 1168 AD by Hospitalles Knights and sieged ...

Jaffa, Caesaria, Megiddo, Nazareth and Cana

A travel blog entry by gregd999

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... most of the last 2 or 3 thousand years. It's where the kings like Herod lived, as well as the Roman governors like Pilate, so when Peter was dragged before the authorities to give an account of his preaching, this is where he was brought. It was set out in a Roman layout like Jerash in Jordan, so we visited the theatre, the hippodrome, the main street and so on. Later on, it was also the crusader fort, and the place where the first crusade arrived (as they came by sea), and ...

Caught in a camel stampede

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint

23

... they did a U-turn and came galloping back down, the calf in hot pursuit.

We wondered: were marauding camels an everyday occurrence in Israel, or had we just witnessed something as unusual to Israelis as it was to us? And what about that bizarre calf-camel conjunction? Was it some sort of biblical metaphor? I thought about eyes of needles, golden calves, and red heifers, but I couldn’t put it together.

After ...

Galilee and the Golan Heights

A travel blog entry by salmorton01

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... Israel), the very top is crisscrossed with buried and fortified gun emplacements. Then we head back south, joining the Jordan River which flows south into the Sea of Galilee. To my surprise this river is not a wide raging torrent as you might expect form the Bible, but only about 20 m wide at best. Apparently the result of large amounts of water being taken from the river upstream by both Israel and Lebanon - it is fed by tributaries from both countries. Exhausted, back ...

Shikma's Place

A travel blog entry by tannermarshall

4

... variations on dishes we've been eating for the last week: Shakshuka, hummus and fried mushrooms...spicy falafel sauce, and empanadas. I also question mastered her on other foods and how to make them. Her and her family were so ridiculously welcoming and gracious; hangin' with locals through couch surfing has far and away been the best way to learn about the country and ...

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This hotel, located on 3 Haprahim Street , Tiberias, is near Arbel Cliffs.
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