Leonardo Club Hotel Tiberias
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we had the night before. After breakfast and packing we set off on the hour-long drive to our next hotel, the Rimonim Gailei Kinnerith at Tiberias, on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. We arrived too early to check in, so went for a bit of a walk around the town. Esther had already forewarned us that Tiberias isn't an especially attractive town, and she was right. The waterfront promenade is very pleasant, but the rest of this historic town is nothing special. The ...
... also found out the mountain is not limestone but is chalk. The brochure says it's the steepest cable car ride in the world so I looked it up. Not in the top ten. Non the less it's a breathtaking ride!
Once you get up to the top there is this huge opening in the side of the mountain and train tracks still there that the British put in prior to Israel becoming a country. The tunnel and railway (just in case you don't ...
... s house). It is believed this was where Jesus lived for awhile when he left Nazareth. He recruited some of his followers here, including Peter. A new octagonal church sits suspended over the original octagonal church (and Peter's house). There were also ruins of a large synagogue and a statue of St Peter.
Iris was adamant that there was another church nearby with lovely grounds situated on the shore of the Sea of Galilee but ...
... is a port town overlooking the magnificent Mediterranean sea. From our field sites upon the mountain, I think we can see as far up as to the neighbouring country of Lebanon (I like to think so, anyway). Mount Carmel is now a protected national park, and homes a stupendous array of flora and fauna species, making it ideal for our research.
Working as a small team - Gavin the post-doc, Helen ...
... after us on the Sabbath (or check us in to the hotel for that matter), but they did. The only concession seemed to be that there was no butter for the bread, and no tea or coffee available. Whilst the meal was lovely, the lifts we very unfriendly being on auto pilot, and everybody was being taken to floors that they didn't want to go to, so they were always full of people staying on till they eventually found their floor. Internet was offered on the ground floor only for about AU$5 per ...