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Travel Blogs from Zichron Yaakov
... a street vendor and it was absolutely delicious. Shawarma, hummus, salad, fries and watermelon. Then we walked around the city, seeing the markets, seaside ramparts of the Crusader fortress and went to see the citadel itself and the templar tunnels. Laryssa and I also stopped for some freshly squeezed orange juice. We went back to the kibbutz and met some other refugees, the volunteers from the ...
... for 50% off to boot. The mall was bustling with shoppers getting ready for shabbat. We had a nice dinner at home, and relaxed.
Today we went to Zichron Yaakov, south of Haifa. This is where there are some wineries, Carmel and Tishbi for sure. It was very busy with Purim festivities in the street, run by the Scouts. Annette was happy. Now we are home and having tea and hamantashen. Till next time.
... moshav, or services. Shabbat Shalom!
On Saturday morning Shabbat brunch took place after services, around 11am. Due to the restrictions on cooking the food, it had to be prepared in advance and in this case had many elements in common with dinner. One orthodox gentleman commented to me in line "the food came back!" at least it was good food and we didn’t mind seeing it a second time. Overlooking Haifa from afar we saw approaching rain and ...
... highways. Graham changes roads trying to escape the traffic to no avail. It soon becomes obvious we will not make it to Akko and Haifa today. In fact, it will be early afternoon before we reach Caesarea. However, if we are to be limited in any way, I am glad we will see Caesarea.
The earliest settlement in what was to be Caesarea was built by the Phoenicians during the Persian rule of the area (586-332 BC). In 103 BC, the settlement became part of the ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">We see Herod's temple & throne room in time of Christ. This summer home here in Samaria .
We saw Temple of Augustus that Herod built.
Jezebel & Ahab's Ivory Tower and their Burial site.