Kinar Holiday Village

NE Sea Of Galilee, Tiberias, Galilee, 12490, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on NE Sea Of Galilee, Tiberias, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Adventure Day 1

    A travel blog entry by camosami on Jul 09, 2014

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    ... castle, we saw Tel Hazor. This is a very famous site and one of the largest tels in Israel. 21 layers of settlements have been discovered there. It is the southmost of Syrian sites from the Early Bronze Age and has a Bronze Age temple. In the Book of Joshua, Hazor is said to be the head of all the northern kingdoms. The Bible also mentions that it was fortified by Solomon (Iron Age). Some connect this with the six chamber ...

    Jaffa, Caesaria, Megiddo, Nazareth and Cana

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 10, 2014

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    ... to the nearby town of Cana to celebrate weddings. It's certainly changed now.

    Talking of Cana (note the seamless segue), it was our next stop to visit the church built on the supposed spot of the wedding house (an olden times reception centre) where Jesus performed his first miracle by turning water into wine. We saw original wells, the remains of early buildings, and some earthenware pots dug up close by. Again, it was a beautiful church - much smaller than Nazareth. ...

    We see Hezbollah deliver the mail

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 08, 2014

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    ... of the fence was a village, looking peaceful and ordinary. Anat pointed to a little red panel truck driving along the road. “See that red truck?” she asked. “That’s Hezbollah delivering the mail." Her off-hand comment generated a simultaneous “huh?!” from me and Annie. Anat explained that the Lebanese government pretty much steered clear of this region since it was controlled by local militias. So Hezbollah stepped ...

    Haifa and Sukkot

    A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Sep 24, 2013

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    ... be a Muslim Mosque, but is now a site of pilgrimage for mostly Jews and some Christians. Nearby, is the Clandestine Immigration and Naval Museum which attempts to tell the story of Jewish immigration to Palestine, while it was under British control. The British outlawed Jewish immigration to Palestine and many Jews after
    World War II attempted to break the British blockade. The former blockade runner Af al Pi Chen is ...

    Day 55 Haifa, Israel

    A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on May 09, 2013

    34 photos

    ... them, bending quite low at times. Some of the tunnels were used to bring the gold from the sailing ships to this fort so that the crusader's would then have money to get some supplies.

    After exploring this area for a while, we walked along narrow streets where there was a fish market, and a few stalls. We enjoyed walking to the harbor and seeing the fantastic views.

    Another stop was to ...