Golden Crown Nazareth Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Crown Nazareth Hotel
So far the food is fabulous, lots of fresh veggies and watermelon! The beds are normal twins, and the room is nice. I have a new roommate. Excellent views of Nazareth, as we are on top of the mountain. The weather is perfect, no humidity, no bugs, 70s and 80s.
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We took taxis to pick up our rental car. Quite a nice hybrid car like Darren' with all the extras. It was a bit of trial by error John driving on the left side, I think I will need extra blood pressure tablets tonight. Just joking, he did quite well. Only had 1 police car stop him, only after just driving for 10 minutes. He actually cut him off. …
I woke up 4:30 due to Jet lag but made great use of my time. I face-timed my friends Barbara and Vladimir and we watched the sunrise. Then, I spent 45 minutes walking the beach at the Mediterranean Sea, at Blue Bay hotel in Netanya. Hotel upgraded with all that!
Caesarea Harbor Experience with lots of tributes to King Herod the Great. He …
Heading to the Tel Hazor (see book of Joshua 11, he conquered this land). Drove through Cana of Nazareth, took lots of pics from the bus. The scenery is so amazing! Lots of towns, fields, and hills. One of them was the Zafat, the "city on the hill" that Jesus pointed out. Note Tel means Hill that has lots of layers. People built upon older sections …
Digging at Megiddo has started become routine. We get there, get our jobs and go on breaks at break time and then we're done. Today in the area I'm in, Catherine worked be herself all say in a hole, and Caroline and I worked in our square. It's the one I was so excited about yesterday. We articulated the stones and dirt surrounding the flat stone. We also worked with a volunteer named Hank, and he found more rocks west of the flat stone. They don't seems ...
We then were bused back to Qumran for a buffet lunch. There was another shopping opportunity.
After lunch there was a short bus ride to the beach at the Dead Sea. We slipped and laughed and floated in the VERY salty water. We even tried synchronized swimming. The mud made our skin soft. I even bought some mud to bring home.
We showered, had dinner and went to bed ...