Havat Habaron

Address: 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 ...

Welcome to Israel

A travel blog entry by rachel.blazer on May 01, 2014

... on the bus and drove to another part of Caesarea where we had breakfast. At breakfast there was a guy making fresh pizzas; literally dough to oven to plate. Now pizza isn't techincally a breakfast food but it was so delicious I didn't care.Then we all hung out on the beach for a few hours. We talked, swam, played, and (as you could imagine) slept. A lot of us got to work on and Israeli tan, but most of us worked on our tourist sunburns. (OMG I'm a crack up). From the beach we drove ...

Shabbos in Nablus

A travel blog entry by danialw on Dec 28, 2013

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... under international law, and is populated with some of the most extremist settlers in all of the West Bank. I was speaking to a young man in Nablus who told me the tension between the settlers and local Palestinians is a major problem in making peace a reality in that area.

Nablus overall seemed fairly alright, again much like Jordan in its development, and an interesting city to spend a couple days in.

Till next time,

Coastal Israel

A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Mar 27, 2013

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... and then the Roman Empire. In 30 BC, the village was awarded to Herod the Great who ruled between 37 and 4 BC. Herod built a large port city at the site and named it in honor of Octavian Augustus Caesar. By 6 BC, Caesarea became the headquarters of the Roman government in Palestine.

Caesarea was a planned city with a network of roads, an amphitheater, temple, stadium, artificial harbor and residential areas. St Paul was taken to Rome as a prisoner ...

Jacob's well to the Meditteranean

A travel blog entry by gary.marg2011 on Jan 07, 2013

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... sans-serif; line-height: normal;">-John 3 in 1st yr. of Jesus public ministry.. God so loved the world...(spiritual water mentioned)
We pass Terraced hills from Byzantine era.

-Herod didn't like Joppa, so ...

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