Kfar Giladi Hotel

Address: Kibbutz Kfar Giladi, Kfar Giladi, 12210, Israel | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Kibbutz Kfar Giladi, Kfar Giladi, is near Arbel Cliffs.
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      Adventure Day 3

      A travel blog entry by camosami on Jul 11, 2014

      ... just 14. And I may have to leave too. I got an email from study abroad, but I'm still waiting to hear back. The one bright light of the day was that two volunteers from Wheaton, Aaron and Shannon got engaged while we were overlooking the Sea of Galilee on the Arbel Cliffs. It have us all a huge jolt of happiness despite the departure of many friends.
      The Arbel Cliffs were our first stop of the day. It offered ...

      Gideon's Pool, Bet She' an, Qumran

      A travel blog entry by oomstravels on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... guide said this is the most Ibex that he has ever seen here--we saw at least 100 animals, so cool). (I Samuel 23:29; I Samuel 24:2)

      After a very full day, we arrived at Isrotel Hotel at the Dead Sea; what a beautiful place. Our room is on the ninth floor overlooking the Dead Sea. We have been very blessed to have all of our rooms on this trip with views of the Mediterranean, Sea of Galilee and now the Dead Sea. The ocean is 3.9% ...

      We gorge at Goats With the Wind

      A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 07, 2014

      23 photos

      ... bliss, desert came on a wooden plank. There were two little clay bells, each topped with a bright yellow flower and flanked by herbal tea. We lifted up the bells to discover perfect little brownies.

      After we finally finished the feast Dahlia invited us up to the balcony where I’d first discovered her. She was sitting in the pink late afternoon glow with her husband, Amnon, the woman from Nazareth, and the woman's ...

      On the border

      A travel blog entry by haydeeckatz on Mar 12, 2013

      Today we went to the most north kibbutz of Israel (and the world!) which so happens to be ON the Lebanon border! Being able to see the country with my own eyes brought my head back to reality... To see Hezbolah finally allowed me to conceptualise the seriousness of the issue - terrorists not only living so close to Israel and not only with there main goal to kill us, but terrorists who are active in the country and the ...

      Masada, Ein Gedi, Qumran, Dead Sea, Jericho

      A travel blog entry by finnegan on Feb 04, 2013

      28 photos

      ... was built by King Herod about 30 BC with a public and private palace. After Herod died, it passed into Roman hands and became a Roman garrison. It was captured in 66 AD by Zealot Jews. They built a synagogue here. We saw a Jewish scribe working. In 70 AD, a three year siege began. An army of 15,000 Romans attacked the rebels and you can still see the remains of their camps. They used Jewish slaves to build a 328 ...