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Travel Blogs from Haifa
... I shall be applying my efforts to the realm of pollination biology, as we observe the relationships - at a community level - between pollinators (most usually bees) and the flowers that they visit.
We are living in Nesher, a suburb of Haifa, which is a city on the northern tip of the country. Situated on the slopes of Mount Carmel, the site of the city is ancient - almost 3000 years ...
... site for the world’s 6 million Baha’i faithful. The lower gardens were constructed in the 1960s, with the upper gardens added in 197 and 2001.
“Tradition dictates that once in their life a Baha’i must make a pilgrimage to Haifa to walk up the 1,400 steps of the Baha’i Gardens,” according to Lonely Planet.
Our tour finished just shy of the Shrine of the Bab, which ...
... charge exorbitant prices... luckily we had our bottle of
essentially ethyl alcohol. My roommates were Alex M and Ofir. I stayed up quite
late with Alex B, Udi, and some others. Ofir was with me because he was unable
to use the key card due to shabbat nor was he able to have me do it for him. I
kept trying to come up with "excuses" to go to the room so I could
open the door and he could go to sleep but he wasn't having it and kept coming
It's Thursday, Feb 7th and we have arrived in Haifa, Israel. The cruise ship docked here overnight so we booked a private guided tour thru Pride Tours for both days. On Thursday, we journeyed to Jerusalem with Roni, out tour guide and driver.
We first stopped at Caesarea National Park, a short distance south of Haifa. King Herod built a large port here in 10 BC and named it Caesarea in honor of his patron Octavian Augustus Caesar. The site includes a large theatre that ...
... my first time in Akko. Ok, Jerusalem has a more religious history and we get why people go there as #1. But, Akko has Roman history that beats out some of the other cities that people go to more frequently for Roman history. Akko has Templar Tunnels and Crusader history that beats out some of the other cities people go to for Crusader-era history. Akko has a Turkish bath house and some sort of museum. Akko has UNESCO World Heritage sites and is ...