King Solomon Tiberias
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... indeed. We were most impressed by the hotel, which occupies a 100m or so stretch of the beachfront, and has a pool, spa, sauna, private beach, outdoor bar and everything else one requires for a luxurious relaxing holiday. It has a nice comfortable feel to it and, as already mentioned, we had the place pretty much to ourselves. Then came dinner. First it must be said that the Rimonim hotel chain managed to redeem itself very well for the inconvenience caused to us by ...
... It was a BEAUTIFUL place to watch the sunset!!!
When we first got to Akko we went to the Arab quarter and to the open market. On the way there we came across this taxi with the donkey sign on top. I have no idea what the significance of the donkey is and would welcome anyone's knowledge on the ...
... car park. Here, Yaron made a comment worth remembering - "Is it strange to see a Muslim driving Christian pilgrims to a kibbutz and being sold holy water by a Jew?"
It was a thought to show us more of the Kibbutz Kineret and possibly purchase some of their famous dates but the shop closed at 1700 (20 minutes before our arrival). It had been a warm humid day and we wanted to stop for a swim at Bora Bora - a private beach on ...
... Suprised that they did not ask one question, just looked at our passports and gave us our printed visa card. Maybe we look to honest.
Once we got our car, on we went to Jerusalem, to stay with Annette's cousins. We had a nice evening together. On saturday we met up with Steve & Andy's daughter Daniella and her husband Avi and 3 kids. We walked down into the village of Ein Karem, which is where Andy and Steve live. It is famous for ...
... Seems that because there is no peace treaty between the two nations, all border crossings and all border trade has to pass through the UN compound. A really interesting change from cathedrals and churches, although we got the full 30 minute commercial from our guide on why Israel is blameless in the wars and misunderstood by the rest of the world. Seeing we've just heard the same commercial in Egypt and in Jordan, it can certainly tell you something about the ...