Residence Hotel

Address: 18 Gad Machnes Street, Netanya, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 18 Gad Machnes Street, Netanya, is near Safari Park.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Netanya

    Day 32 - From luxury to more luxury

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 02, 2014

    ... paying, but we'd wanted somewhere which was reasonably accessible to the airport and which offered car parking. We checked in, freshened up then went for a leisurely walk along the beach front until we reached the outskirts of Jaffa. The sun was hot, and the sea certainly looked very inviting. We ambled back in time for a long-anticipated meeting at 4pm with an old primary school friend of Brian's, Mary Aarons, who had moved to Israel nearly 42 years ago, and was livingIn ...

    Nature Reserve, Qumran and back to Tel Aviv

    A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on Jun 10, 2014

    5 comments, 15 photos

    ... s been a fascinating, wonderful tour but we're ready to get home.

    Thank you for your comments. I'm glad you enjoyed our experiences.

    Oh, by the way, we didn't get our conversation last night about the Palestinian versus the Israelis. But we know what the views of our guide are, so we'll leave it at that. It is truly a complicated situation.

    Goodbye Turkey

    A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 08, 2014

    12 photos

    ... railways in the 19th century most of the towns were adapted to other economic bases.
    Safranbolu was not affected in this way and as a result has preserved its original form and buildings to a remarkable extent. The streets are narrow and curved, following contours. They are surfaced with stone paving, sloping inwards to evacuate surface water. The older houses are half-timbered, the spaces between the timbers being filled with various ...

    Day 2: Arrival & Transfer

    A travel blog entry by brentgoers on Jan 23, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... the aisles flooded with male Orthodox Jews in their conservative morning prayer attire. What a sight! Their daily disciplined regiment of prayer and Old Testament rituals are fascinating.

    I was able to chat with a 33-year-old Orthodox Jew for over an hour while stretching our legs. We both provided insight about our respective religious ...

    Last Day ;(

    A travel blog entry by laurenjk25 on Nov 21, 2013

    (My last blog!) It's our last day in Israel! :( Our day began with a trip to Caesarea, an old Roman city that has a ton of history and has switched hands many times. We were able to perform in the old amphitheater. We walked through the hippodrome where the chariot races were held and later where the gladiators performed. Herod had a palace here as well, though the reconstruction wasn't as complete as Masada's. It's beautiful there; the water is a gorgeous ...