Rimonim Galei Kinnereth Hotel
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We loved the feel of the place, and the feeling of luxury. The room was large and comfortable and the facilities were excellent. Unfortunately we were there for only one night but could happily have stayed for longer.
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With both of us feeling lousy with our colds, we'd hit the sack very early the previous night. Immediately below our 2nd floor balcony was one of the hotel car parks, then a further 20 metres or so below that was a short wide stretch of public road which seemed to be used as a parking area for the local and the tourist buses. The main problem there …
We got off to a slow start, as we found virtually everything closed for the second day of Rosh Hashana. No gas stations, no coffee shops. We wondered if Jesus had to feed the multitudes with 5 loaves and 2 fishes because everything was closed for a Jewish holiday :). Even the Chinese restaurant we planned to eat at for dinner was kosher, and thus not open. Oy vay! Alas, we finally found fuel for the body and the car, and headed out to feed the soul. First stop was ...
... Catholics trying to convert muslim pilgrims outside a significant mosque, the outcome wouldn't be peaceful.
Then, it was a big rush to get to lunch with Iris and Yaron (but not before a quick stop for more kunefe). This time, we didn't think it was as good as yesterday, but it was still yummy. The traffic was awful leaving Nazareth. It looks like the road infrastructure hasn't been able to keep up with the mass migrations ...
Originally Naor had a day planned for us but being Passover and an important family time, he and Gali had a special family lunch to go to with Gali's family.
As it turned out Micky said he would drive us up a bit further north to a beach town. As it turned out first he drove us up to the border with Lebanon for a look. The Rosh HaNikra crossing is where the remains of railway tunnels from the Cairo-Istanbul line used to run.
... St. Peter's Fish - the local specialty. It was Meet Point Restaurant on Galil Street, and the place was empty, it being kind of in between meal times. The owner was gregarious and welcoming, and brought us in to see the freshly caught fish that had literally just been dropped off by the fisherman. Since the place was empty, it was a good place to sit down with two hungry, antsy kids. We ordered four plates of St. Peter's Fish. It came ...