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TravelPod Member ReviewsPort Hotel Tel Aviv
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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... Christians who hold to the dispensational view of end times because they believe that the final battle between all nations will meet at this spot of geography at the end of time to was war against each other and against the King of Kings.
Our fourth stop was on Mount Arbel from which you can see the Sea of Galilee and all of the surrounding mountains, valleys, farms, etc. From up there, we were told to hold our hand over a certain part of ...
... one controlled by the Greek Orthodox church, one on the side controlled by the Armenian church, and one on the other side controlled by the Catholic church. All of the sections are guilded and decorated and filled with ancient items.
Underneath, you walk down to some caves. These are supposedly the caves where Jesus was born. There is a star inlaid on the exact spot where he exited the womb. The guide told us that there used to also be a manger here, but that ...
... which required unloading bags and passengers. Then the crew “timed out”… Anyway, not an interesting story but it was miserable. We also got moved to the last row of the plane, right by the lavatory… We made it to JFK just in time for a glass of wine- well deserved- and the lengthy boarding process of a 747 to Israel. Flying to Israel is a little different- there’s additional security at the gate (essentially the exact same procedure as standard ...
... Instead they gave us a small bar-coded business card, which we used at the turnstile further on to get into the country, then put them back in our passports to use in the turnstiles on the way out.
Arrival went like clockwork. The greeter was there with our name, and the driver was waiting outside for us to emerge. We were chauffeured to the hotel in a Mercedes with leather seats if you don't mind. The contrast was immediate. There was green ...
... all their might to the sound of singing, of lyres, lutes, tambourines, castanets, and cymbals.” (2 Samuel 6:5)
With the ancient echoes of that joyous celebration ringing in our ears, we strolled around the lovely grounds of the convent. The air was clear; we caught glimpses of the ocean to the east and the Jerusalem hills to the west. The idyll was marred only by the many damaged trees from the recent snow storm. The olives took an especially ...