Mount Carmel Hotel

Address: 103 Derech Hayam Street, Haifa, 34746, Israel | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 103 Derech Hayam Street, Haifa.
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      Day Twelve Robin's Impressions

      A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 24, 2015

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      ... affair with potatoes as Americans do. I am loving the variety of salads here, new combinations of vegetables and grains are making me very happy. Also everything is so fresh. Israeli tomatoes and cucumbers are a totally new experience!

      It has been quite another experience for Steven who has a less enthusiastic relationship with vegetables but he is actually turning into a chopped salad lover. So much so that he researched salad choppers ...

      Landed in Promised land day 1 Tel Aviv to Haifa

      A travel blog entry by spandan on Dec 29, 2014

      ... tray table.. Me playing with him making sure he didnt fall . From ben Gurion we took the train to haifa (hof ha carmel) to be precise by mistake we had bought tickets till Nafariya.. Double the the cost (113 nis for two).. One hour train ride.. The trains has chargers and reasonable speed wifi. My brother came to pick us up in haifa once We reached haifa..took bus to merkhaziv .. (Merkha meaning center.. Ziv is the name of the place.. .. Hence center of ...

      Mount Tabor

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... me quizzically. "So," said Doug the Presbyterian, "is your sister really a Franciscan?" "Yep!" "Third order Anglican?" "No she's Catholic. Were both Roman Catholic." "Remarkable!" So there it was! My secret was out in the open. Not that it was a secret. In fact I had previously mentioned to a couple of people that I was a Catholic but I had not had a reason to make a big deal about it and announce it to the group. Anyway they were surprised to find me on the course ...

      English, Spanish or Arabic don't help much here

      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... our required dress code and were bummed to see that our knees had to be covered as well as our shoulders. It was going to be a warm day, so Logan headed out in jeans and a t-shirt and I left in a black maxi dress with a cardigan and scarf for cover up. Then we started our trek up the hill to the bottom entrance.

      It was a warm day and I was sweating by the time we made it to the gate at the bottom. Right before entry I put on my sweater and we ...

      Hazor, Ceasea Philippi, Tel Dan, Lunch, Jesus Boat

      A travel blog entry by phagan on Jun 03, 2014

      249 photos

      ... walls. Dr. Roden spoke at the Dan gate complex. It is an impressive location. In the Bible, tribe of Dan is mentioned in Gen. 14:14, called a different name (Laish), as they wrote the Bible. We are in the north, right near Syria. Abraham knew of this city and went through it. There is gate complex that Abraham would have walked through! It has been restored based on much research. This area is important to the city, it was a gathering place and much would be done there. They ...