Paradise Bethlehem

Manger Street, Bethlehem, West Bank and Gaza | Hotel
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Easter Sunday in the Holy Land

A travel blog entry by binni

On Saturday, day three, we went to Nazareth. We visited this great recreated village which was meant to be what it was like back in Jesus' day. There were shepherds and weavers, girls picking olives and sheep and donkeys; it was great! We stopped for some lunch and a wander in Nazareth. I went to the Church of Ascencion which is said to be where …


A travel blog entry by beverlybrown


... not allowed inside the museum. But we got pictures of the grounds.

Then the gem. BETHLEHEM. This is purported to be the place where Jesus Christ was born. The controversy is that there is another Bethlehem just north of Nazareth. But until more proof is found we will continue to consider this his birth place. It is said Jesus was born in a manger in a stable. Well it was actually a cave. Everyone ...

Large park with something to do for everyone

A travel blog entry by dougdomeny

This large mountain of exposed granite features a carving of Robert E Lee, Stone wall Jackson and Jefferson Davis on the face of the mountain.

Take the tram or hike to the top. A train circle the mountain which is mostly surrounded by man-made lakes with opportunity for boating. In addition to grassy areas and walking trails, the park offers a museum for indoor respite.

Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by bwells


... him beyond the time his shopped closed. He told us that he wished we were staying for more than a day because he would love to have us all over to his house for dinner. So, that gave us the idea to invite him out to dinner with us to prolong the time we got to spend with him, and he happily accepted! He took us to this great, and fairly cheap, pizza place in town and we sat eating and talking for another couple hours before finally leaving (we insisted that he didn't pay because he ...

Oh Come All Yea Faithful

A travel blog entry by nellieva


... being Manager Square and Church of the Nativity, which is said to built over the site where Jesus was born. It is the oldest continually operating church in the world, dating back to 327 AD. Considering it's age, it is in remarkable shape. It was interesting to see how the door size has been reduced greatly over the years, first to protect it from raiding Muslims and later to prevent Crusaders from riding their horses inside the church. Though on a much smaller ...


This hotel, located on Manger Street, Bethlehem, is near Fort Yargo State Park.
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