HooHa Cyclists' House

Address: Ha'Charuvim 7 St., Galilee, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ha'Charuvim 7 St., Galilee.
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A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Feb 01, 2015

... got there in the end. Settled down and strolled off again for a bit then kicked back for the rest of the evening. I can't really get my head around this hostel as there are always flocks of people coming here; some of them live here and some of them do not. Tonight there were a bunch of students on their year out from SOAS studying at Nablus University. Great company and they even made me food, despite that I'd eaten already.

Day 3 in Israel

A travel blog entry by lkesslin on Dec 24, 2014

... to Jerusalem as
we stop at a working kibbutz, a temple from the 600’s and an old Roman
town. I’m really looking forward to seeing Jerusalem and starting to
prepare for Noah’s Bar Mitzvah. Noah has a bit of a cold but I think he
is toward the end of it.
I will continue to do my best to post each day so there isn’t too much ...

Caesarea, Mt Carmel, Haifa

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234 on Jul 18, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... a major archaeological excavation and scientists have uncovered many remains including a temple dedicated to Caesar, a hippodrome, swimming pools, a double aqueduct that brought water from springs at the foot of Mount Carmel 17 miles away, a boundary wall, and a 200 ft wide moat protecting the harbor. In addition, a limestone block with an inscription to Pontius Pilate. This is the only archaeological find with an inscription mentioning the name ...

Among the roman ruins

A travel blog entry by bermack on Mar 28, 2014

15 photos

... calamari, 3 types of jumbo shrimp, a couple crabs, and mussels. We were very satisfied. As we left, I indulged in a small dish of banana, date, and pecan ice cream from a gelato place next door.

All drinked up and fed, we headed off to walk through the ruins. What is amazing to see is the tile mosaics that are still intact in place. This was of interest to Frank, with him owning Omega Flooring in ...

Sea of Galilee

A travel blog entry by pilgrimage2014 on Mar 19, 2014

33 photos

... better. Capernaeum was our next stop-the centre of Jesus' teaching and healing and home to Peter the Apostle. A very spiritual place you can feel the presence of Jesus as he preached and entered the synagogue as well as stay in Peter's home. This was the centre of Jesus ministry a place he could call his home town. The spaceship church is built on top of Peter's house and the room in which Jesus would stay. Being on the shores of Galilee - ...