Golden Crown Nazareth Hotel
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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. …
... and oily. After hanging out (eating some falafel), packing up and getting on the bus, I had one of my more unpleasant experiences so far. I took out my contact lenses to switch to glasses for the two-hour bus rise ahead to the Negev Desert. I guess there must have still been a pinch of Dead Sea deposit left on my fingers (even though I had showered with soap), because my right eye began to burn intensely. I spent the duration of the bus ride trying to cry out ...
... and the aqueduct built centuries ago. David read to us from Acts (Acts 10:1 "In Caesarea, there was a man named Cornelius, a centurion of the Italian Court.") and from Acts 10:28 about Cornelius and how his household was baptized.
After Caesarea we went to Megiddo for lunch. Megiddo is a Tel (city on top of a city, over and over again) and dates back to the 14th century BC. It was where Elijah the prophet challenged the worshipers of Baal ...
... was Hebrew for “yes.” He said the name fit because he was a very positive person. His companion, in a lovely Russian accent, introduced herself as Olga. Can’t get much more Russian than that! They said they were headed to Jerusalem or Tel Aviv, they hadn’t decided which. But when we told them we were going to the famous botanical gardens at the Ein Gedi Kibbutz they said count us in!
So back up the west coast of ...
... traders. Many bloody battles have been fought for control of this spot,which are mentioned a number of times in the Bible. The name Armageddon (end of the world etc) seems to have arisen in biblical context from the name of this place, but research reveals that there is considerable doubt as to the veracity of this idea - Armageddon itself is only mentioned once in the Bible. The main sight here is the water source referred to above - Roman engineering at its best ...