Nazareth Gardens Hotel

P.O. Box 520, Nazareth, Galilee, Israel | Hotel
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Historical sites in Israel we visited

A travel blog entry by fourplus


In Jerusalem we went to- - old city where Jesus was crucified and lived -his birth place in Bethlehem which is now fenced off by a wall, the west bank wall we had to go threw and walk back, heavy security. It was a real eye opener. We talked to some young girls who have been locked behind the wall. They have friends and family two Min's drive away …

The Knights of Acre (Akko)

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung


... wings (halls and rooms, many which are still being excavated) built around a broad open central courtyard. What an interesting and informative morning and we weren't aware that Akko existed 2 days ago.

Next stop - Kafir Yasif (an Arab town in the North District of Israel). Iris had told us about a pastry shop that made Kunefe. What a treat! Even for me who doesn't have a sweet tooth, I found it yummy. We then set off for Qeshet Cave near the Adamit Forrest. ...

Dragging the Divine to Death

A travel blog entry by roughroadpilgri


... br> their midst, he went away.

Mount Precipice is the traditional site where the citizenry of Nazareth
tried to dispose of their hometown boy Jesus. It is south of the
original city of Nazareth some 4 km uphill. What anger must have made
family and friends violently drag Jesus to his death. Why were friends
and family so filled with wrath that they would desire Jesus death? Let us ...

Shabbos in Nablus

A travel blog entry by danialw


... under international law, and is populated with some of the most extremist settlers in all of the West Bank. I was speaking to a young man in Nablus who told me the tension between the settlers and local Palestinians is a major problem in making peace a reality in that area.

Nablus overall seemed fairly alright, again much like Jordan in its development, and an interesting city to spend a couple days in.

Till next time,

Our visit to Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee

A travel blog entry by cjbishop


... wine at a wedding) to go visit the site of the Annunciation (Mary being told she would give birth to Jesus). As expected there is a modern church there, the largest in the Middle East. We were told it was a simple church with little decor, but when we saw it we were impressed with its design. It is actually built in two levels. The lower level contains the grotto where it is thought Mary was visited by the ...


This hotel, located on P.O. Box 520, Nazareth, is near Dead Sea, Theatre at Caesarea National Park, Mount Nebo, and The Caesarea Ralli Museum.
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