No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Pausa Inn She_ar Yashuv
Travel Blogs from She_ar Yashuv
A beautiful walk to end the day... almost.
This was going to be 'cut' because we were running late, but Hannah E said that she'd really like to see it! Everyone was really glad she spoke up because it was incredible! It's hard to imagine such beauty in Israel after you've been touring around the desert! The hardest part became trying to 'capture' it without getting 10 others in your photos!
Once we got ...
... There was even a crew that was working to 'stabilize' the remaining walls. One gentlemen driving from 2 hours away because he feels it important to preserve. If become a bit of a 'ruins ibex' - always seeking the highest point to get the best photo. I can neither confirm nor deny that 'do not cross' line were in fact crossed ... It's all Hebrew to me!
--- Becky Elliot
... as strong I’ve ever felt were off Lake Michigan in Chicago and on the peak of Mount Washington in New Hampshire.
We also went to the Tzfat candle factory – a young woman was braiding brightly colored thick threads of wax into Havdalah candles, under a sign asking visitors not to speak to her – such candle making seemed akin to a sofer inscribing a Torah scroll with complete attention to the holy task. But much of the candle showroom was devoted to ...
... that of Rabbi Meir Ba’al HaNes, a famed miracle-working rabbi, that have two quite different locations, one for Ashkenazic Jews and one for Sephardim. I am not quite sure how in Jewish practice one person can be buried in two places, but since he was a miracle worker he clearly in death found a miraculous way to keep both Ashkenazim and Sephardim happy. And while there are famous Jewish graves all over Israel—real and possibly real—there ...
... by way of ruins, but its significance lies in the fact that Bill believes the plain above the "seven springs" is the same flat area that Jesus probably fed the crowd on before moving up the nearby hill and preaching the Sermon on the Mount. However, Bill does not agree with the site of the Loaves and Fishes Church further south on the coast.
For lunch, Bill set everyone free in Tiberias to explore the city as much as we like after eating. Jamie, Patrick, and ...