Ramot Resort Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamot Resort Hotel Moshav Ramot
In the opposite side of the lake lays this nice resort with a beautiful view to the Kineret and Tiberias.
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... the last minute. It was surreal singing on an ancient stage to an audience of brothers and sisters in the Promised Land. Truly stunning.
Next stop: the Aquifers of Zippori
A short distance away was the man made aquifers of the city. This is where pictures are worth more than words! Massive and a huge human effort to make these for water storage for the city.
-- Becky Elliot
Haifa is a beautiful city, on hills overlooking the Mediterranean, the sea in the middle of the earth, with the Baha’i Shrine and gardens shining down its spine. We visited and found a garden full of harmonious intricate design, calming us as soon as we entered, inspiring a good bit of awe, but the shrine itself was more floridly worshipful than the gardens, less spiritual for us. But we left with our hearts lifted, walking to find the Immigration ...
... The panels are, well, fun, and they give a broad and interesting feel to what is otherwise a stark and structural church. I happened to be present when a group was conducting mass in the basilica, which I suspect is something that happens on pretty much a revolving basis most days. Their singing in Spanish was very pretty, and I recorded some of it. It certainly captured the flavor of what this church is trying to say about the broad appeal of Christianity. ...
A short while ago, I went to Rosh Ha Nikra. This is a spot right on the Israeli-Lebanese border. They've got a little funicular there to take you down to the caves, and then once you're at the caves, that's when the fun begins.
In one, they have a short video that tells you the history and legends behind the caves. I found some of the terminology they used a bit amusing, but it ...
... me a stamp in my Jesus Trail passport book. I looked around the area a little bit took it all in, rested my legs, and talked to a couple people before having to hike 2-3km back to a bus station to head into Tiberius for the night.
Tiberius was a nice town to relax in, I floated my legs in the sea in one of the only locations you can. I had a lot of the locals staring at me the whole time which made me feel awkward as I did not have a swim suit but instead just wore my ...