Leonardo Club Hotel Tiberias
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... it's fame being the departure of British Sir Allan Cunningham from Israel in 17th May 1948, spitting out the words " GOOD BYE!" as the British pulled out of Israel. The British had used Stella Maris as their High Command.
No precipices here, but this time we went searching for Napoleon's cannon in a park for Pam. Unsuccessful again! So ended our tour of ' Haifa by Night'. We drove back to Tiberias.
... a valley to get to the site. This path was the ancient route and quite a hike, especially the return journey. As it happened, Gamla is not far from Rujm el-Hiri. It is an ancient megalithic monument that my parents and I visited last year. You may remember it from last year's blog; the hike was torture.
After lunch we went to Bet She'an. Strangely, last year after my family visited Rujm el-Hiri ...
... Oct last fall, I was in Mitzpe Ramon, down in the negev desert. An amazing place, and I promised Annette we would go back. So we went down and spent a wonderful night. En route we stopped in Ein Bokek, which is the home of David Ben-Gurion, who was the 1st Prime Minister. He is also buried there with his wife. A nice memorial spot.
In Mitzpe Ramon we went to the crater, and walked around town. ...
... liked it. Well kind of liked it, I'm not a big word game person. It was fun though just hanging out with them. Today I woke up and said my last 2 good byes on the moshav. Then I grabbed my bags and headed to the bus stop. I can say I got away from Yad Hashmona with out "Cat," but it was hard. She followed me all the way to the bus stop. I think she was confused that I was walking away with my bags. I'm going to miss that annoying, lovable cat. Luckily she didn't jump ...
... the car and headed north and then west – by this time there wasn’t much more north we could get – to Nimrod Castle, which was built by a nephew of Saladin in the 1200s. The castle is mostly ruined, but parts of it have been excavated and restored, and can be explored, including about four stories worth of tunnels, rooms, and spiral staircases in the part of the keep near the gate. As we were making our way back to the parking lot, we heard the sound ...