Havat Habaron

Address: Zichron Yaakov, Haifa, 30900, Israel | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Zichron Yaakov, Haifa.
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      Travel Blogs from Haifa

      Nazareth & the Sea of Galilee

      A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Oct 20, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... dedicated to this religious sect and to which a pilgrimage is considered essential once in their lifetime as their prophet is buried there. From there we travelled to Nazareth and the Church of the Annunciation. This is a beautiful Church built on the site where Mary was given the news by Gabriel that she was to carry a son. There are many artistic depictions of Mary from countries all over the world – a beautiful ...

      Wine Tasting, Rocket Sirens, & Oceanview Rooms

      A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... our night out), a guest speaker named David Lazarus came to give a talk about the political climate and history of the region. Obviously we are here during a particularly tumultuous time, but the conflicts in the Middle East date back thousands of years. Lazarus' explanations both clarified certain ambiguities and also made me realize how deeply convoluted the relations are between Israel and surrounding nations. The issues are anything but black and white, ...

      English, Spanish or Arabic don't help much here

      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... was nice, lots of amenities. There was a fair share of shady areas, places to eat and drink, a nice boardwalk, and very blue/green water. The even had lifeguards and a baby pool that was on the boardwalk with a lifeguard as well. The beach portion was a little dirty but not bad compared to what was on the streets. There were also nice grassy areas with shade, trees, and benches. We felt the water, pretty nice, and then walked up the boardwalk a ways. It was ...

      Jerusalem to Haifa

      A travel blog entry by maxcrosby on May 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... referred to was basically all reclaimed by the British during the Mandate, to build the deep-water port that is still the largest in Israel. In other words, there’s a long strip of somewhat hideous “downtown” but if you look behind, up the hill, you can see what used to be a string of lovely beach houses, now is disrepair. Sad, but as they say, you can’t stop progress… When you’re a British colony.

      We knew ...

      A swim in the Sea of Galilee before Seder

      A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 14, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... thanks for the survival of the Jewish people through a history of exile and hardship. "Echad Mi Yodea" ("Who Knows One?") is a playful song, testing the general knowledge of the children (and the adults). Some of these songs, such as "Chad Gadiyah" are allegorical.

      It was a very special night and we felt honoured to have been invited to join the family. Everyone was really welcoming to us and helped us out as much as possible despite the language differences.

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