Rimonim Palm Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... olive pressing was interesting but there was a bit too much eco and her eco family who all seem to be sponging off some government somewhere. As we were leaving I noticed a sign saying the Eco building was funded by USAID. As usual the greenies are bludging off some government and getting subsidized to bludge off the system.
Haifa is all about the Bahi religion. I don't know much about them if you wanna know google it. Their HQ here is amazing. These ...
... enthusiasm and pride even though she knew we were not going to buy one.
Akko was a bit of a disappointment to me, as I had remembered being so impressed with it when I was here 30 years ago.
We are staying in the midst of the German Colony in Haifa, a renovated street with lots of history and chic restaurants if you look up the street you are in line with the 19 levels of garden leading up to the golden dome of the B'hai Shrine. If you look down you see the ...
... be. I mean, we were fully present at each of our stops so far, but it’s harder for me now than it was to replay them fully as a narrative rather than as an overall feeling. Does that make any sense?
On the way to Haifa we stopped at Akko. I was expecting an adventure through Crusader Village, in a city that developed as a major Phoenician, Crusader, and Byzantine city. It was a little disappointing – maybe in part because we parked ...
... years, subsisting on rainwater and carob pods that God brought to them. Peki’in is now primarily a Druze town—more about the Druze in a separate post—with one Jewish family that has been there forever and a few recent arrivals. It is in the far north, not far from Meron but closer to the Lebanon border, also along winding mountain roads. The night before the weather took a very strange turn. A hard wind came over Israel, a giant dirt ...
... I just mumbled a splattering of words hoping some of them were right or made sense.
Anyway, back to my travels. I got to Akko at about midday and I found my hostel. This was a proper budget hostel with the low green light flickering in the hallway and an electric organ with keys and pedals missing just lying there. It felt like something out of Apocolypse Now, Saigon, where you could see the reflection of sweat off of the owners' faces. They ...