Hotel Beit Maimon

Address: 4 Zahal St. , Zichron Yaakov, 30900, Israel | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 4 Zahal St. , Zichron Yaakov.
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Travel Blogs from Zichron Yaakov

Journey "home"

A travel blog entry by lernertj on Dec 25, 2014

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... 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 ...

Megiddo Day 1

A travel blog entry by camosami on Jul 13, 2014

... 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 ...

Beach, Caesarea, Megiddo, Mt of Beatitude, Galilee

A travel blog entry by phagan on Jun 02, 2014

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... The scenery is breath-taking! The Megiddo has a museum with the history of the battles over this pass in the mountains foe thousands of yrs. Many countries used this tell, including Egyptians, Syria, and Persians. Part of the issue with excavation is that they have so many layers of cities, walls, gates. It is hard to decide how deep to go. They found evidence of King David. Now it is significant because it is known by Christians as the place of Armageddon. The curse that King David ...

Shabbat weekend

A travel blog entry by bermack on Mar 08, 2014

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... the road going by Karmiel, then headed north after. Found out they are still open, so off we went on an adventure. It is about a 1.75 hr drive from Haifa, through the picturesque Galilee. However, once we got there, we found that there was not alot on sale that we liked. Prices on the usual styles were the same as back home, so why shlep them back. But it was fun poking around.

On the way ...

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 ...