Kfar Giladi Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Beautiful Ionic and Corinthian capital are all over the place as are pillars and cornices and pedestals. How I would love to be on a dig like this. I could make sense of the street plans, and pick out individual houses. It was not hard for me to see in my mind's eye a bustling fishing village, children playing in the streets, women about their chores while the men tended their nets or brought in the catch. The Chinese group were singing in the church; I again pondered ...
... a semi-arid desert region, where drip irrigation has made grape growing possible; and the Sharon plain near the Mediterranean coast and just south of Haifa, surrounding the towns of Zichron Ya'akov and Binyamina, which is the largest grape growing area in Israel.
... he said, this time with authority.
My eyes were glued to the odometer, but at 4 km there was only a rocky field behind a fence. Ditto at 5, 6, and 7 km. At some point we passed a tiny red, green, and black sign hanging from some fence wire that simply said, “WE ARE FREE” in black letters. Curious, we thought, but it doesn’t help us find the goat farm. Finally, at about 15 km we decided to turn back. But still we saw ...
... this point. In any case, we got this falafel, well Flora did while I ran back to get my water bottle that I had left at the prior restaurant, and it was the best falafel that we have ever had. It was fried perfectly, amazing spices, and topped with some delicious veggies and sauces. We were incredibly impressed! Then back on the bus to the hotel where we would be spending Shabbat.
We got to the hotel and were all asking ourselves, "is this ...
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 ...