Travel Blogs from Acre
... After a well-deserved later wake-up time, we began our Shabbat morning in Tzfat with a light breakfast and a beautiful service led by Justin's family group. We then held a "boundary breaking" program with questions designed to encourage the teens to get to know each other better. We all learned a lot about one another and became closer as a result! After a nice Shabbat lunch, accompanied by Shabbat-O-Grams from Andrea's family group, we had an afternoon ...
... was our last stop for the day. We were to spend the night here. Ronnen had booked a seafood restaurant for us for dinner. The restaurant, Doniana, overlooked the pretty little fishing harbour. It took us awhile to locate the entrance to the restaurant even though we could see it from a distance. When we thought we had found the entrance, it belonged to another restaurant below and the waiter there sent us right around to the other side (a few hundred metres) even though ...
... arab israeli muslim who was the very definition of flaming. he encouraged us to shop at the mall in kiryat bialik; we opted to return to our hotel. once back in haifa, we hopped on the carmelite and walked around the German colony, had a shawarma, ran into a bahai group from calgary, and returned to our hotel to find some fruit and chocolate as an engagement gift ...
... displayed an old tombstone from 1279. We then wandered around along the waterfront and back into town. Had to stop and have a felafel. So good.
The day was waning on and we all were starting to tire. On we went back to Haifa, and stopped at the supermarket to stock up on some goodies, especially another 6 bottles of vino. Back to the apartment, and enjoyed talking about our day. Sarah and Annette got some ...
... too, as they got to run around outside and climb rocks a little bit. They also did some interacting with the actors, and I think D really did take some learning away from it, in his little 2.5 year old way. We took the opportunity at the gift shop to do some shopping and have a snack of ice cream.
From there, we made a loop by heading back to Tiberius for a late lunch. We drove through Kafr Kanna, one of the candidate sites of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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