Havat Habaron

PO Box 332, Zichron Yaakov, 30900, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zichron Yaakov

Megiddo Day 1

A travel blog entry by camosami on Jul 13, 2014

... space was tight, there was no point in having all of us work there, since we are extra. So I began to make sandbags with another volunteer, Josephine, who has been at Megiddo since the season began. We filled a lot before breakfast, which leads me to the third difference. This breakfast had much more variety: hummus and coffee (along with eggs, veggies, cheese, tuna, cereal, pudding etc.), we never had these at second breakfast in ...

Masada and the Dead Sea

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Mar 26, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... whole day there. The rest of us continued on to Masada.

This was a part of the trip I really knew nothing about, but I am so glad we saw it. Isaac was phenomenal again explaining the stories and history behind what was built here and why. It was all very interesting to hear the stories of Herod and how he was such a cruel maniac, but also a genius. Some of the engineering that was put into these palaces he built was amazing for its ...

Herod's gift to Caesar, minor nerve center of Acts

A travel blog entry by fr-joseph on Jul 10, 2013

12 photos

... and Casesar's deputy, Pontius Pilate.

It was in Caesarea that the first Gentiles were baptized (at the hands of St. Peter, no less), and that St. Paul was held prisoner for two years awaiting trial and deportation to Rome.

Be sure to click on the pictures below for some more comments on significant or evocative sights. ...

Caesarea, Megiddo, and Tiberias

A travel blog entry by annelisawinston on Feb 14, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

... that looks out toward the Sea of Galilee. This is where Jesus walked on the water! I am so excited about what we are going to see and learn today! Please pray I don't get sick on our boat ride! I have some medicine that should help, but I've also felt a bit motion sick on our bus rides with all the tight turns one after another. So far, my stomach has held up well, despite the intermittent queasiness. Thank you so much for your prayers! I'm thrilled to be able to share this trip with you as it ...

Day 2 - Caesarea Maritima (Ruins of Caesarea)

A travel blog entry by michaelsotosr on Oct 25, 2012

74 photos

... excavations revealed a large architectural complex, measuring 110 x 60 m., with a decorative pool, surrounded by porticoes. This elegant structure in its unique location was identified as Herod’s palace. (Antiquitites, XV, 332) The palace was in use throughout the Roman period, as attested to by two columns with Greek and Latin dedicatory inscriptions ...

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