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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    Still Easter - Still in the Holy Land

    A travel blog entry by davidmuise49 on Apr 06, 2015

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    ... for Fun With Americans:

    The guide explained in detail that the kibbutz kept kosher so they would not have milk and meat together. An American lady looking for cream for her coffee asked a waiter where she could get some. He spoke no English so he replied in Hebrew and she said "What does that mean?"

    At Caparneum, while touring St. Peter's house, an American asked if he was called St. Peter when he was a boy.


    A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Jan 16, 2015

    ... I would go to a local town and get a bus in. I was dropped off on the side of the right in the middle of nowhere but I strode into what I believed was the town so I could look for either a bus station or tourist office. I didn't realise that this town was tiny and had neither a tourist office or a bus station anywhere. I found myself wondering around aimlessly, still quite far off Caesarea for at least an hour or so with all ...

    Day three-contd.

    A travel blog entry by melodyanne on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... path, it was constructed of sun-baked bricks and covered with white plaster.Aharon reminded us that gates were important places in the ancient world, here business was conducted,contracts ratified. •After a short drive we came to Banias or Panias,the site of a spring,one of the largest feeding the Jordan River. Named after the Greek deity Pan because of the shrine and grotto dedicated to him,it is near ...


    A travel blog entry by ruth.parent on Sep 25, 2014

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    ... to be included. Not only was Tina's meal amazing, we might also comment here that, in general, the food in Israel and Jordan has been amazing. We expected that food would not be a focal part of our trip. However, we have delighted in the wonderful selection, the very creative presentations, and the fusion of spices and grains. Lots of hummus, pita, tomatoes, olives, cabbage - everything fresh and nicely prepared. Don't expect we are losing much ...

    English, Spanish or Arabic don't help much here

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 15, 2014

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    After the center level, we continued up the rest of the hill, this time not up stairs, just a hill. By the time we finally got to the top level it was nearly noon which was perfect timing. At noon they started free English tours of the top section so we took one. It wasn't so much an informative tour as someone making sure you didn't walk where you weren't supposed to. But he did give us a little background on the religion and answered any questions ...