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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    Travel Blogs from Tiberias

    The Loyal Druze and Jethro the Prophet

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 10, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... patriarch and founder. The Torah says that after the Exodus, Jethro came to Moses bringing Moses’ wife Tziporah and their children, and stayed to teach Moses how to get things organized. This takes place in one of only two Torah portions named for a non-Jew, in this case Yitro, Jethro. The Druze follow Koranic traditions on Jethro, and also have their own strong tradition—we would call it Midrashic—that after he had stayed ...

    Galilee of the Gentiles, Part I - Nazareth

    A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Oct 20, 2014

    60 photos

    ... the crowd in Luke 4 tried to make Jesus leap after he claimed to be the fulfillment of the prophecy in Isaiah 6:1-3.

    That evening, I had the privilege of joining Jonathan and Emily Eastman in Nazareth to get an update on their work here. They have been progressing, albeit slower than they would like due to poor quality of teaching, in their Arabic classes at Haifa University. Life in Nazareth is not easy. We talked about the difficulties ...

    Ruins, views and grottos

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 28, 2014

    71 photos

    ... soon after. He had planned a big itinerary was for the day starting with the ruins at Caesarea, an ancient harbour town built by King Herod (from 25-13 BC), situated about 60 kms north of Tel Aviv. The remaining ruins reveal a minuscule part of the glory of the ancient port including amphitheatre, bathhouses, residences and hippodrome for chariot races and gladiators.

    On the way up to Carmel (a hilly outcrop north of Caesarea), Ronnen took us to Ein Hod, a ...

    We see Hezbollah deliver the mail

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 08, 2014

    22 photos

    ... Then there were more stories about living under the flight path of Katyushas, and, inevitably, politics. The conversation was typically Israeli: passionate, warm, and loving. By the end of the meal we felt like family.

    Finally, late in the evening, we gave hearty hugs all around, and reluctantly drove back to Yavne’el. We did some preliminary packing, since the following morning we were driving back to Ben Gurion airport. Alas, it was finally time to leave ...

    The Funeral

    A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Oct 08, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Museum. I had a bit more time, so I tried to visit Beit Alpha, not Beit Alfa. Beit Alpha has an intact ancient mosaic synagogue floor, but I was dropped off at Beit Alfa, and nobody spoke a word of English. I used my elementary Hebrew to figure out that the museum was somewhere in the Kibbutz I was dropped off at. I decided that it was in my best interest to cut my losses and head back home. While I was waiting for the bus back to Tiberias I got a ...