Hotel Beth Shalom

Address: 110 Hanassi Blvd., Haifa, 31061, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 110 Hanassi Blvd., Haifa.
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    Still Easter - Still in the Holy Land

    A travel blog entry by davidmuise49 on Apr 06, 2015

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    ... and wind surfers.

    The visit to Caparneum was moving as we walked the streets that Jesus walked and from where he gathered his apostles and started his ministry. The town is a major arcealogical site and also contains the ruins of St. Peter's house over which an ugly modern church has been built. But the church does have a glass floor so you can see the ruins.

    Lunch was again at a kibbutz on the shores ...


    A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Jan 16, 2015

    ... before, I've met a lot of Jews on birth-right which is essentially where the Israeli state pay for Jews around the world to come and visit Israel and it includes a tour of the country - all expenses paid. The idea of most of the people I spoke to was that it was a free holiday for minimal effort.

    Today (16th) I had the intention of getting up early at 8:30 and leaving by 9:30 for a bus to visit Caesarea (in ...

    Day three-contd.

    A travel blog entry by melodyanne on Oct 19, 2014

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    •Here at Tel Dan was found a stone which referred to King David, now known as the House of David stone.Until this was found, there had been no evidence apart from the bible for the Kingdom of David.Skeptics stated that if the bible was to be believed there should have been evidence. •The next ruin we visited was known as "The Sacred Precinct". This was dated to the time of Jeroboam son of Joash ( ...


    A travel blog entry by ruth.parent on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... synagogue, and then enjoyed an amazing feast prepared by Tina, Imbal and Eytan of apples, honey, pomegranates, eggplant, chicken, fish, wine, and lots, lots more. Len and Paula reconnected with new bride and groom, and many extended family members. It was a time of celebration and prayers that the new year would be well-rounded (like an apple), sweet (like honey) and that our blessings would be numerous (like the pomegranate seeds). We ...

    English, Spanish or Arabic don't help much here

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... only open to the public 3 hours a day. But no pictures were allowed so I couldn't document the inside. But it was much more simple than any other religious area, had rugs covering the floor and in the center there were several different candle holders, all lit of course. Around the edges there were perfectly placed rose petals, equidistant from one another and all facing the same direction. The whole room also smelled of roses as there were several vases filled ...