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

... with the others to cover the touristy aspects. Nazareth is predominantly famous for where it is believed the Annunciation took place. Ate some more cake and then went out and bought some other Arabic sweets. Went out for a nice dinner for the first time with Amelia and Briggon and brought some beer back. Tonight there was only us four in the hostel and even Linda (the staff/volunteer lady) went home so we hijacked the ...

Lake of Galilee, Mt of Beatitudes, Tabgha

A travel blog entry by giarratanom234 on Jul 19, 2014

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... Mike down to the shore with a Bible and everyone else remained high up near the road. The demonstration worked- everyone heard the passages! We also saw the cave that Jesus rested in. When we got to Tabgha we stopped in the Church of the Multiplication and then went down near the shore for our daily Mass. What a setting! With the Sea of Galilee as a backdrop, Fr Tom worked through the wind and offered a memorable Mass that morning. Nearby was our ...

Megiddo Day 2

A travel blog entry by camosami on Jul 14, 2014

... to find out.
After digging, we had planned to go to the kibbutz for pottery washing then return for a pizza and movie night. But there was some mixup with bus times and the bus was an hour late. Because the kibbutz is a half hour away, it was hardly worth going for a few minutes of washing. So we decided to go to the market for snacks. We got our pizza in the evening and watched the first half of Skyfall. ...

Jerusalem to Haifa

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby on May 18, 2014

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... referred to was basically all reclaimed by the British during the Mandate, to build the deep-water port that is still the largest in Israel. In other words, there’s a long strip of somewhat hideous “downtown” but if you look behind, up the hill, you can see what used to be a string of lovely beach houses, now is disrepair. Sad, but as they say, you can’t stop progress… When you’re a British colony.

We knew ...

We see Hezbollah deliver the mail

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 08, 2014

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... in California, or in the tornado belt in the Midwest. Or in many parts of the US that are still much less safe than almost anywhere in Israel, for that matter.

Then their son, Eitan, came home with his friend Sharona. They carried a big sack of oranges from a friend’s grove as well as a bunch of fresh vegetables grown nearby which included broad beans and a bulb of fennel. The cornucopia also contained fresh picked pomegranates, ...