Rimonim Palm Beach Hotel
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... hills, and Lake Kinneret. We enjoyed a snack and gave each other "kudos," thanking one another for good deeds done during the week. We then returned to the hotel to prepare for Havdallah. After exchanging compliments in a program led by Lihi's family group, we went to a hotel next door to enjoy a musical Havdallah with singing and dancing, along with dozens of soldiers currently serving in the IDF. It was truly a moving experience for our teens to be able ...
... the spice market, the Old City's main marketplace.
Akko was first mentioned in the Greek campaign to conquer Egypt in 527 BC. The port was built in the reign of Ptolemais II in 285 BC. Transforming Akko into an international port city and the gateway to Israel. It reached its zenith during the conquest by the Crusaders. In the 13th century, ...
I have enclosed pictures of the yard, dining area and kitchen. More pictures to come later..The lady in the pic is Gila my friend with the phone to her head which is what she has done much of the time here. Maybe I will explain later.
Shalom to all and Shabbat Shalom if I don't get a chance tomorrow to write as we had seven more guests check in today so busy busy for me.
... hotel (courtesy of maor)! dinner was american style, at a European bar that also contained the beitar jerusalem basketball team. things Jess has pointed out more than once so far: coffee is better here than at home. music is better in bars and cafés here too. jerusalem cashmere scarves are more comfy than the ones made in China. the flower colours appear more ...
... The older crusader city is below the current city. Effects from Canaanites, Romans, Crusaders, Turks and British (20th century) can all be seen. The most recent Ahmed el-Jazzar built several Khans where merchants traded and also stayed. The port city and gateway were built by Ptolemais II (285-246 BC). Crusaders made it their capital of the Holy land in the 13th century. Ottomans conquered the area and it was then neglected.