Hotel Beit Maimon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Free parking
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Days 10 & 11 After another huge breakfast I headed for the Sea of Galilee. First stop was Mount of Beatitudes and guess what – my Jordanian tour bus was there. Then onto the Church of Primacy of Peter. When I arrived at the church the area outside said buses only but there were several cars parked there. However the car in front of me …
... field. We each traced and cut out our hands and then painted or decorated them before putting them together. From the Greenhouse we boarded the bus for Haklai High School where we would meet our host families and go our separate ways for the next few days. My host parents for the week, Mili and Rami, as well as their 3 sons had prepared a typical Israeli breakfast for dinner. Israeli salad, omelette, burekas - my ...
... to mention, the morning air along the Mediterranean with blue water rolling in was a decent setting for a morning run. I had about fifteen minutes to shower and eat breakfast before our bus left for Haifa. We started our tour at the Stela Maris lookout, getting a great panoramic view of Haifa, one of Israel's more progressive cities religion-wise. We then checked out the Bahai Gardens (from outside the gates) and hiked down a bit to the Eliayahu Cave ...
... While we were washing, the siren sounded and we all darted for the staircases in the surrounding buildings. Apparently, the rocket was headed for Haifa and was intercepted by the Iron Dome. Nevertheless, it was surprising. We were told that this happens extremely rarely even with all the unrest at present. We had a lot of downtime between pottery and dinner, so I stopped by the market there and then just hung around. Dinner ...
... to walk up and back down instead of taking the cable car, but she was clearly a maniac.
We finished up there, grabbed a quick lunch in the canteen, and even got a sundae from the lowest McDonald’s in the world. We hopped back on the bus and moved on to the Dead Sea spa. This is where we had the chance to actually get in the water. It. Was. Amazing. I had an idea of what to expect from seeing some stuff on TV about it, ...