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Yehuda Halevy Street, Tiberias, Galilee, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Yehuda Halevy Street, Tiberias, is near Arbel Cliffs.
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Travel Blogs from Tiberias

From Bethlehem to Galilee

A travel blog entry by bwells on Apr 21, 2014

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... and just sit and process the face that we were in Bethlehem. Back up in Bethlehem we wanted to go back to some of the shops as well as to say hey to Saliba. One thing I didn't realize was that this day was the day the Ethiopian tour came through and so the crowds were packed with Etheopians, even Saliba's store. Of course, I had to buy a few more things from Saliba before I could part.
It was now time to say goodbye to Bethlehem and catch the bus back to Jerusalem ...

We see Hezbollah deliver the mail

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 08, 2014

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... one of only a few major migration chokepoints in the world. As we were to learn, all but the smallest and lightest of migratory birds prefer to fly over land. This is because they make expert use of the thermals. The sea has no thermals, and thus ocean-traveling birds must use their own power all the way; the jumbled geography of the land, on the other hand, is variably heated by the sun. This results in thermal updrafts along cliff edges, in ...

Northern Israel

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Jan 01, 2014

19 photos

... radar dishes and domes, which detracts some from the bucolic splendor.

From Meron, we drove to Rosh Pinna, which is the oldest settlement in the area. There is a small area that is closed to traffic; we parked near there, had a brief walk around, and enjoyed the view eastward towards the Golan Heights.

We also visited Akko, an old city on the Mediterranean coast, north of Haifa. The old city of Akko dates back something on the order of a ...

The Funeral

A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Oct 08, 2013

12 photos

Mostly everyone's volunteer placement started on Monday October 7, 2013, but I had an interview for an internship at the Peres Center for Peace, which will be explained in my next blog entry. I decided to use my free time to visit the holy city of Tiberias and the former Roman city of Beit She’an. I got up very early to see Tiberias and after a nearly three hour bus ride I arrived. I immediately saw the Sea of Galilee, which was very beautiful. ...

A step back in time

A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Sep 27, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

... traders. Many bloody battles have been fought for control of this spot,which are mentioned a number of times in the Bible. The name Armageddon (end of the world etc) seems to have arisen in biblical context from the name of this place, but research reveals that there is considerable doubt as to the veracity of this idea - Armageddon itself is only mentioned once in the Bible. The main sight here is the water source referred to above - Roman engineering at its best ...

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