Mizpe Yam Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... and it has all kind of amazing informational details. I won't go into that because by now I'm sure I forgot almost all of them. And also because I'm sure we can Google that and Wikipedia has information about it. I'd like to record here the things I can't Google: memories, feelings. Jesus, his sis and a couple of other girls hiked the mountain up instead of using the cable car. They climbed 3.2 Kms with 330 meters elevation gain in 32 minutes. They ...
.•Leaving the hotel just after our scheduled departure time we were driven by Avi our bus driver to Caesarea Maris (by the sea ) to differentiate it from the other Caesareas'.Here Herod the Great built the worlds first artificial deep water port ,as a revenue earner,there was a major shipping route nearby. This magnificent city was constructed in only 12 years,had an impressive hippodrome, a ...
... beach time at nearby Dor Beach before heading to our home for the evening, Nir Etzion, a nearby resort. At Nir Etzion we enjoyed a nice dinner, followed by a ceremony where we honored the memory of the three Israeli teens who were found murdered the previous day. We recited memorial prayers and sang some songs in their memory, and our teens shared their thoughts about the horrific event. A quote to sum up the teens' feelings regarding the tragedy - ...
... fenced off areas with sign that said "Danger, Mines." At this point in the day our guide, Alon, informed us that the border with Syria had been closed 2 days ago because Assad and the rebels started fighting near the border. We hopped back on the bus and headed to the Banias for a hike. Banias used to be called Panos for the Greek god Pan, but was renamed because there is no P sound in Arabic. It's believed to be his hang out spot, and I can ...
... of cows walking down Rothschild Boulevard (the calf being only a few weeks old, at most), and watched a large peacock order cocktails at a bar.
The outdoor living is afforded in part by the good weather, and in part by the desire to be outside, was apparent during our stay. Whether that be long, lazy brunches at the corner cafe, or sitting chatting the afternoons away ion park benches, it ...