Holiday Village Dor

Address: Moshav, Dor, 30820, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Moshav, Dor.
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    Day Two

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Sep 09, 2014

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    King Herod had a vision in 22 A.D. for a great city to be built on the Mediterranean called Caesarea Maritima. It took only 12 years to build this ambitious project which included a shipping port, an amphitheater, palace, swimming pool, hippodrome, among many other buildings. This city would eventually become the seat of government for Roman Governor Pontius Pilate. It was an extremely pagan place until the apostle Peter witnessed to the first Christian ...

    Soldiers, Temples, & cobble stone...

    A travel blog entry by jennanicoleox on May 29, 2014

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    Today we started the day by packing up our stuff and heading to tzvat! It's a religious village with mostly Ashkenazi temples & people! We went to synagogues, places where fires were lit to alert the start of a new month, shopping and at this amazing pancake pizza thing. Everyone was really nice and I even met a girl who moved from San Diego! After that ...


    A travel blog entry by svetik12 on Apr 07, 2014

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    Ancient Caesaria

    A travel blog entry by thegoldenbergs on Dec 27, 2013

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    Jakob is in his element, more ancient history. Caesaria was built originally by Herod and the income from the port raised the funds for his great building projects like the Old City of Jerusalem and Masada. First we visited the ancient aquaduct which is on a public beach and so tranquil. Next we visited the ancient port where we're having lunch now in the shadows of the ruins ...


    A travel blog entry by laurenjk25 on Nov 17, 2013

    ... play areas, and many fruit trees that you could eat from. At the lake there were many ducks and swans. There were many places for the deaf, blind, or handicapped to experience, from riding a bike to feeling a plant. Later, after a break relaxing with our host families, we gathered and had a little taste of what Chanukah was like. We made stuffed donuts, and played ...