Rimonim Tower Hotel Ramat Gan

Address: 1 Krinitzi Street, Ramat Gan, 52453 , Israel | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Krinitzi Street, Ramat Gan, is near Underwater Observatory Marine Park, Dolphin Reef, Timna National Park, and Eilat Marina.
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    Travel Blogs from Ramat Gan

    Pilgrims progress

    A travel blog entry by stebsbunny on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... of the most trendiest cities i've ever been in. Even though I haven't been a lot of places. There is lots of beautiful buildings beside demolished buildings and our hotel is right on the Mediterranean sea. We young people went for a long walk last night along the Seaboard where everyone is riding old-school bicycles with baskets, kids long boarding and bras surfing the waves. The city of Tel Aviv less than 100 years ago used to be a desert and now there ...

    Jerusalem and Bethlehem

    A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... 1 kilometre square. Jerusalem is the centre for 3 religions - Jewish, Muslim and Christian, and the last group makes up only 1% of the population of Israel. We asked our guide Ricardo why the Jews did not recognize Christ as the Messiah. It is a complex answer of course, but the main reason is that he did not fulfill the prophesy of the requirements of a Messiah and the main one being that the true Messiah was to create a kingdom on earth, ...

    West Bank

    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on May 31, 2014

    14 photos

    ... I was there. We didn't get to see any of the processes, but she explained it a bit to us. Basically, they import ingredients from Europe, add some local water and local labor, and use a very standard process to make a light, clear beer. I had a sample and it was relatively refreshing, although I'm very much not a fan of beer.
    One other thing they do that's great for the local communities is they also help sell locally-made wine, soap, oil, spices, and other products. ...

    Today is all about TA

    A travel blog entry by domhnall on Apr 08, 2014

    as the title implies, we left haifa by train, checked into our hotel (which is probably the worst of the ones we've stayed in on this trip, or all our trips), and hit the beach. I was actually surprised by the number of people at the beach, as it's still spring and not really normal for even Israelis to be beaching. but I guess that's not the case now! we walked along ben yehuda to ...

    We eat Book Worm shakshouka

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 02, 2014

    17 photos

    ... room of the Gilgal. So we decided to step out and stroll through some of the more enticing-sounding neighborhoods of the city.

    We started with Shuk HaCarmel, the Carmel Market. It’s a huge food (here we go again), flower, and pretty much everything else outdoor market that oozes out over many blocks of the city. Though every one of course has its own flavor, such sprawling markets are ubiquitous and have more in common ...