Ginot Yam Hotel

Address: 9 David Hamelech St., Netanya, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 David Hamelech St., Netanya, is near Safari Park.
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    Day 32 - From luxury to more luxury

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 02, 2014

    ... also, but she was back in her old home town, Wellington, to celebrate Rosh Hoshanah with her two sisters and other family members. The real coincidence in all of this is that Mary and Barbara, the only two non-relatives we know in the entire country, met at a social gathering a few years ago and discovered that both of them knew Brian. We really had no chance to enjoy the luxury of the David Intercontinental, as we had to be up and away early the following morning to catch our ...

    Departure from Tel Aviv

    A travel blog entry by brian.budik on May 30, 2014

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    This is a travel blog about my recent trip to Romania and Ukraine. The main purpose of this trip was to visit Chernowitz (now Chernivtsi, Ukraine), the city where several of my grandparents were born. I also visited several cemeteries with family graves, visited the streets and buildings where my family lived, and also attempted to find family documents at the Chernivtsi Oblast Archives.

    I started my day In Tel Aviv. I woke up around 6:00 ...

    Goodbye Turkey

    A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 08, 2014

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    ... on the topmost floor.

    It was well worth the drive to have a look at Safranbolu. Now for the run across to Istanbul. Firstly we retraced our steps back to the main motorway but after our previous toll we set the GPS to avoid toll roads and drove along another very good highway which pretty much followed the motorway anyway. It passed through towns and villages though which made it more interesting. It was a lovely drive through valleys ...

    The Refugees

    A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Jan 15, 2014

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    I usually keep my blogs about my travels and feelings about the work I do, but this is going to be one that focuses on the living history that am I have witnessed in Israel over the past month and was one of the reasons I decided to stay in the country longer. Israel has a population of about 8 million people and since about 2007 has been inundated with refugees from Africa, most of whom are from the nation of Eritrea. Eritrea is called the "North Korea of Africa," with ...


    A travel blog entry by laurenjk25 on Nov 15, 2013

    I met Lotem's step-dad, Shali this morning. He's great; I made myself a peanut butter banana sandwich and he said he hadn't seen one of those since when he used to eat them when he was little. He drove me to the community center where I met up with the rest of our group. The Ra'anana kids were in school of course so it was just us and Omry. He showed us the Ra'anana museum, which was interesting. A man bought the land from the Turks in 1912 ...