Ramot Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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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We will be staying at the Ramot Resort Hotel, Golan Heights May 7 - 10. The web site is(www.ramotresort.com) if you want to look at where we will be.
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... view of the Golan Heights and Sea of Galilee. We climbed down the cliff face on a nature trail, passing by ancient dwellings built into the cliffs. These dwellings served as a fortress for Jewish rebels fighting the Romans. To defeat them, the Romans had to scale the cliff face from the top using ropes.
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