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.
... pictures with my camera. It's kind of crazy, but the next place, Korazim has a especial place in my heart. Because my grandma always mentioned Matthew 11:21. I still can hear her voice saying "ay de ti Corazín, ay de ti Betsaida". We had an amazing lunch at Ein Gev. We were told we would have fish lunch, but I thought it would be fish sauce or so thinks like that, as we always have in the buffets. But when we walked into the restaurant I could smell fried fish and I was ...
... be the caboose so that we could make sure everyone survived in one piece. Jared also stayed back to go skinny dipping after the girls left--its an IBEX tradition for the guys to all go in every large body of water we come across. After an tough waterfall drop, almost everyone continued down the river bruised and battered while some also continued on foot due to flat tubes. Jamie, Jared, and I gave ours up or found them flat, so we continued on foot. The rest of the hike ...
... s because St Francis actually came on one of the Crusades (third maybe), met with Saladin and impressed him greatly. We drove past the site where Saladin defeated the Crusaders in 1187 thereby ending their control of the Holy Land. Because of the impression that St Francis had made on him though, he allowed his followers to continue with their churches. Now, if that's not correct, I'm sure there's a Franciscan somewhere who can set me straight and I'll print ...
... 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.
From here we drove to a 5th century synagogue that has a mosaic depicting the zodiac. It's called Bet ...