Ramot Resort Hotel
Travel Blogs from Moshav Ramot
Mcgrew stayed here on Jan 27, 2013 during their trip titled: McGrew's Israeli Adventure.
After checking the Bahai's Gardens and the German Colony in Haifa we headed to Rosh Hanikrah, to see how those grottoes and the clear waters from the Mediterranean get together to form an attractive spot. Then, we visited Sfat (Safed) to visit their artists' quarter and finally to Tiberias for another beautiful evening and dinner by the lake.
... From the plateau, we have an excellent view of Herod's tiered palaces. We see the outline of the Roman camps surrounding Masada that were used to enforce the siege. On the western side of Masada, Roman engineers built a ramp that eventually allowed them to capture the citadel.
On the way back to Jerusalem, we pass the Qumran Caves (on north shore of Dead Sea) where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found by a Bedouin boy in 1947. The caves were used ...
... magically turned from a dough pile into individual falafels in the fryer. The guy who was making the sandwiches was just as fast. In just a few seconds, it went from a pile of freshly fried falafels to a stuffed pita with all the fixings. I should have gotten a video. The falafel was delicious, and I obviously wasn't the only person thinking so, because there were a bunch of locals greeting each other and eating from there as well. I'm glad I got ...
... things; generally they grow food, farm animals, and operate some kind of a factory . Our mission here was to eat. The line that best describes the mentality of the kibbutz lifestyle is “give what you have and take only what you need.” We had nothing to give but we were ready to eat. My first taste of Israeli food; lots and lots of fresh vegetables, hummus, and olives. I could eat this food all day! After eating we took a short walk around the ...
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In the opposite side of the lake lays this nice resort with a beautiful view to the Kineret and Tiberias.
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