- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Nise small hotel near beach. Small but clean rooms, complimentary coffe or tea, free WiFi, free bicycles, very frendly and helpfull staff.
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... the terrible accent. When we finally reached our Hotel after a long day we were excited to find the hotel is right on the banks of the Sea of Gallilee. Very beautiful! The hotel is part of a kabbutz. Breakfast and dinner meals have been buffet with a large selection of hot and cold dishes including sweets. The days have been very busy and with so much happening that you forget where you've been and all that you saw. Sometimes information overload!!! But a great ...
•We were unable to stay for the whole of this service because we needed to be back in Tel Aviv by 1 pm to visit the Independance Hall museum, so began our last long drive in the bus .There was a quiz to see who could guess how many kilometres we had travelled in Israel ( 2,078 ) and Lee lead the charge for the change of seating .The young ones had always sat in the back of the bus and us oldies at the front.Sue won the quiz ,she ...
... entire wall. There is a similar length of wall off to the left inside the synagogue itself. Gil and Brian took a look in there, and having a 21st century air conditioning system, it was a lot more pleasant than the sun-drenched area just outside. It too was filled with devout Jews praying or reading from the many hundreds of religious books stored on the bookcases inside. For some reason, the upstairs gallery was closed, so Mira and Mary ...
... 1514;) or Ein Ovdat is
a canyon in the Negev Desert of Israel, south of Kibbutz Sde Boker. Archaeological
evidence shows that Ein Avdat was inhabited by Nabateans and Catholic monks. Numerous springs at the southern opening of the
canyon empty into deep pools in series of waterfalls. The water emerges from the rock ...
... with side salads- a custom I think Americans should pick up- a basket of bread, literally six or several different (N->M) types of freshly baked rolls served with apple cinnamon jam, soft butter and Nutella on the side. Nick had the Shakshuka described as “A steamy hot casserole of tomatoes, onions, red bell peppers and 2 eggs served in a hot pan (mildly spicy).” I had the Mughrabi Morning described as “Minced meat with potatoes, pine nuts and baharat ...