Leonardo Hotel Haifa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Time: onboard Ben Gurion.. haifa Hofthcarmel train.. (Mistakenly have bought tickets till Naharia.. Double the distance from the Vending mC just outside the airport.. The train station is on the #1 exit of the international airport. The last day on the Istanbul was nice.. We had our bags packed the night before.. We had a flight from Sabiha Goerchen( first turkish Lady fighter pilot.. Adopted daughter of Kemal Ataturk) which s on the Asia side... We started at ...
... the heat and sun proved that it was. Jodie loaned me her small umbrella for the hike and I decided to give it a try to provide my own shade for the trip. Needless to say I hiked with it for about 15 minutes before putting it away as I felt really awkward hiking with a pink umbrella with yellow poke-a-dots. (I mean who wouldn't?)
The trail brings you through so many small villages along the way, and must do not ...
... do in a country so small.
The Kineret, or Sea of Galilee, is Israel's largest fresh water reservoir, and is also the country's largest and most important source of drinking water. It is fed primarily by the Jordan River.
According to Christian tradition, Jesus lived, preached and performed miracles in Kineret and the surrounding region. Jesus moved to this region as a young man after leaving his home town of Nazareth. On its shores he recruited ...
... This was a 3-D movie with not merely sound effects, but water and wind and motion effects!
We sat back and relaxed. Well, sort of. A narrator came on and began the story of the Hula Reserve and its role in the migration of half a billion birds. We learned about migratory patterns, thermals over land masses, and the tens of thousands of miles that some birds commuted twice a year as well as the manifold hazards they encountered en route. ...
... snap away. It’s a bit of Germany right in the Holy Land, which is ironic for so many reasons. I met an Israeli friend of mine from Birthright named Mor. Mor lives in Haifa and explained to me that you need to use public transport in Haifa.
I remember talking to her about living in Israel and how I couldn’t do it full-time, because I would live in fear of missiles, bombs and just the situation. I will ...