Havat Habaron

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

Journey "home"

A travel blog entry by lernertj on Dec 25, 2014

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... have an ecological greenhouse established in 1977 and has been maintained by students from the area who come throughout the school year to work on science projects and experiments. We toured the greenhouse and then completed an activity about a word that is used in education and community world wide - hands. We used songs and quotes to describe how we use our hands to help each other in Jewish life and through ...

Beach, Caesarea, Megiddo, Mt of Beatitude, Galilee

A travel blog entry by phagan on Jun 02, 2014

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... if crowd didn't like him, they killed him. If they like him, he would fight again. We saw the cages. In the walls, they had pottery, rocks. We watched a video that I will (try) share about the history of this town and the buildings. I have always enjoyed Ancient History, it was great to see how well these buildings survived over thousands of years.

On the way to the next side we moved from the coast to the hills, and saw the valleys. We went through a Muslim section. Next was ...

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 ...

Caesarea, Mt. Carmel, Mediggo, Nazareth, Cana

A travel blog entry by finnegan on Jan 30, 2013

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... Wedding Church where a wedding was taking place. The upper church has replicas of the jars used for wine. The lower church has a small museum with artifacts and a wine press. Cana was also the place of Jesus’ first long distance miracle when he healed a royal officer's son in Capernaum (John 4:46-54).

Tiberias: We drove to Tiberias which is along the Sea of Galilee. We will see three lows ...

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