Havat Habaron

Zichron Yaakov, Haifa, 30900, Israel | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... the port far below us which was cool to watch for a while.

After our walking, we stopped at a burger joint at the top of the hill. There was one guy taking orders, cooking, and serving which was a little stressful to watch but he did a good job. We finally were able to eat something that didn't resemble a shwarma and that was awesome. After lunch we walked all the way back down the hill and found a grocery store on the way! This meant that dinner ...

Jerusalem to Haifa

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby


... picturesque but an interesting seaside town catering to many seniors, particularly from those from France. Lots of high rise apartment/condo buildings and a promenade where we bought and ate our pita (shawarma type) lunch. It was crazy being surrounded by little old French ladies with purple hair, with little old French men in tow, bumping into other little old French couples and talking each other up about their various maladies and their ...

Frisbee friends

A travel blog entry by dmatten

... got bored and checked my email. Afterwards we picked up Neta's boyfriend and went to see a movie. Afterwards we tried to get sushi but the ran out of rice before I could order, after the Kuzis had ordered. They argued with the waitress about not taking all of our order and walked away in a huff, without taking the sushi. We ended up heading back and eating a light dinner before going to sleep. ...

The Holy Land

A travel blog entry by kayeg


... time to stop. At the wall we had to separate into men and women and we could touch the wall or leave a little message in it along with the dozens of others praying and reading holy books. We couldn't take photographs because it was a Holy Day. Then out by the Dung Gate and back on the coach to go to a hotel for lunch. Modern Jerusalem is built of the same creamy coloured stone and is a huge sprawling city quite low rise and ...

A swim in the Sea of Galilee before Seder

A travel blog entry by leonajim


... etc have to be replaced (the old ones may not be clean/Kosher) and any food in the house has to be eaten in the preceding days or thrown out.
We had a Kosher snack of buns made without raising ingredient, showers then relaxed before getting changed. We had carried a good set of clothes just for the evening.

The Jewish people celebrate Passover as a commemoration of their liberation over 3,300 years ago by God from slavery in ancient Egypt that was ...


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