HooHa Cyclists' House

Ha'Charuvim 7 St., Galilee, Israel | Hotel
Prices starting from $85.00

Travel Blogs from Galilee

Day 5 Mt Arbel, Galilee and Narareth

A travel blog entry by bigal09


... look to be from byzantine time. Zippori was an important fortress sorting the crusades. The citadel on top of the mountain signified the power over the valley below. The building was used as the village school until 1948.

On to Nazareth

The Nazareth village was a recreation of the original village around Jesus' time. It gave a great

idea of life at that time. The people who played the part did it very well. Al ...

Among the roman ruins

A travel blog entry by bermack


We awoke this morning to a beautiful sunny day here in Haifa. We had a lazy morning, taking our time to get going. Too bad we misread that the daylight savings time actually started early at 2:00am, not late Friday as we thought. So in fact we were going an hour behind all day. Once we got going, off we went south of Haifa to Caesaria.

Caesaria was the summer home of King Herod. Some parts of the grounds ...

Day 6: Sea of Galilee & Jesus' Ministry

A travel blog entry by brentgoers


... and healed a man possessed by demons, a Roman centurion's servant, and the paralytic. We learned much about the uncovered ruins of Peter's house and the synagogue before taking more pictures of the Sea of Galilee and visiting the Octagonal Church (built with a glass floor suspended over ...

Haifa, Israel

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... noon, so we were not able to go inside. The lower gardens were not part of the guided tour.

After walking around some gardens outside the Shrine of the Bab, Mom, Claudie, and I got in a shared van for the three-minute ride back up the mountain and were dropped off at the tour starting point. Claudie headed back to her hotel while Mom and I sat in our rental car. We departed Haifa at 12:28 p.m. en route to Tel Aviv.

Stuck in the middle of Armageddon..

A travel blog entry by babamissesyou


... Both of these were right on the water. It was here that I thought in my head, as Iyat was talking about the history, "somebody pinch me! Am I really here?!

It was a beautiful, clear day, just a bit on the cool side. Driving through the hillsides, looking at the rugged landscape, the olive groves and the wildflowers, I could totally imagine Jesus walking this road. We were able to pass a natural cave tomb with a rolling ...

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