Ron Beach Hotel

Address: Gdud Barak St, Tiberias, Galilee, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Gdud Barak St, Tiberias, is near Arbel Cliffs.
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      Tiberias and surrounds

      A travel blog entry by kerryfurler on May 25, 2014

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      We started the day with a boat ride on the Sea of Gallilee, music was played and our Bosnian / Serbian travel buddies showed us all how to dance with Pammy enjoying a slow number. Tabgha where St Peter's church was and also the place of the loaves and fishes. The church had the rock that the meal of loaves and fishes was eaten from. Next stop was Capernaum where we saw the ruins of an old village and a very grand synagogue. Here we also saw Margaret and Barry Court and managed to ...

      We gorge at Goats With the Wind

      A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 07, 2014

      23 photos

      ... to appear was about 12 km further on, and it clearly wasn’t the right one. So we took an enormous semi-circle around the lower Galilee and made another attempt from the north. Same thing happened. At one point we got off on a fresh, unmarked road that ended abruptly under a bridge. There was no way to cross the wide median to the other side, so we just made a U-turn on our half of the road and drove against traffic (fortunately there ...

      In the footsteps of the fisherman

      A travel blog entry by fr-joseph on Jul 11, 2013

      29 photos

      ... for the full speech) occurred at Capernaum.

      2) Peter's family home: a very ancient tradition regards a particular building, and a particular room within that building, as the home of Peter, and Jesus' "home base" when staying in the town. Archaeology can trace the roots of this tradition back to the lifetime of the apostles because of first-century graffiti that has been found on the walls.

      This location has long been the site of ...

      The oldest city of Israel

      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Oct 27, 2012

      56 photos

      ... was built to create a safe harbor which was Akko's main source of economic prosperity for 1,000 years. During the Byzantine Period, the Greek influence was strengthening, and the Jewish community was destroyed. During the early Arab Period, the elite class in the city were mostly Christians, ...

      Biking on Water

      A travel blog entry by eriklang on Jun 05, 2012

      3 photos

      ... as Apostles; four fishermen named Peter, Andrew, James and John, and one ostracized tax collector known as Matthew. After taking a few photos, we were again on our bikes and headed to the northern inlet of the river Jordan. Sweaty and craving a cool dip, we were put-off by the trash-laden waters of the small stream. After drinking some of our own bottled water, we decided to keep on truckin’ until we came to a suitable swimming spot. Scoping out ...