Hafetz Hayim

Address: Kibbutz Hafetz Hayim, Hafetz Hayim, Israel | Hotel
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      Ein Kerem & Bethelem

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... is. It's situated on one side of a pretty valley with lots of nice houses. I'm told it used to be an Arab area but the Israelis moved them out. As we drove out there we passed the Jewish Holocaust Museum on the other side of the valley. I was reading about this online a couple of months ago and thought I would probably visit but I don't think I'll have the opportunity or the resolve to do so. Another thing I noticed was a house with a chicken coop like ours so ...

      Air raid sirens

      A travel blog entry by jordanlaww on Jul 08, 2014

      The air raid sirens have just gone off in Jerusalem but luckily their missiles can't reach us! The Hamas have made the claim that all Israelis are now targets for missile attacks so the Israeli army is really stepping up their game tonight. I am staying safe and thankful to live in a country where this kind of stuff doesn't happen on our soil, but my heart goes out to all the men women and children who face this harsh reality in their normal everyday ...

      Day 7

      A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 16, 2014

      ... it happened; I missed the whole thing.
      On the site, I went between digging and OCHREing all day. Grant found a piece of Greek pottery with a painting of a satyr on it. That was the find of the day. At pottery washing I did a far bit of talking about movies and Tracy interviewed me for a column in a kids archaeology magazine. ...

      The Day Before the Day Before Day 1

      A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... that he sacked Jerusalem and destroyed the temple). In 604 BC he also took some inhabitants back to Babylon, among them Daniel and his companions. Aside from having the privilege to unearth this important piece of history, I am also excited to dig up a destruction layer. When a city was destroyed in ancient times, it was normally left in its destroyed state for a while then built on top of. This means that no bodies were properly buried ...


      A travel blog entry by rodfricker on Mar 25, 2014

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      ... the square. In the tourist traps near the Jaffa Gate, invitations to enter shops are given in whatever language the passerby speaks. None are unknown and always the salesmen tell of relatives in distant cities. The hooting of cars and shouting of drivers trying to pass each other in the impossibly narrow streets either side of the Lion Gate, the frying of falafels, the prayers and chants, the bleating of a flock of goats grazing on the ...