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TravelPod Member ReviewsScots Hotel Tiberias
A beautiful boutique hotel located in a historical building close to the Sea of Galilee. Unfortunately, it did not have direct access to the lake. Our room was nicely appointed but the air-conditioner was not terribly effective. The grounds of the hotel were lovely and well maintained.
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Skipped breakfast this morning as Iris had booked a brunch for us at the hotel which started from 1130. After a quick coffee (and shortbread, compliments of the Scots Hotel) in their room, we drove to the northern shores of the Sea of Galilee.
In Tabgha, we saw the church of 'multiplication' where Jesus is believed to have performed the …
The hotel breakfast was laid out for only 3 hotel guests. Yes, we were the only ones. Apparently, they were going to be full (of pilgrims) by the afternoon.
In Nazareth 'old town', we headed for the Church of the Annunciation - apparently the site where Mary lived and received the message from the angel, Gabriel that she was with child. …
... The Templers were a religious Protestant sect formed in southern Germany in the 19th century. They settled in Palestine at the urging of their leader, in the belief that living in the Holy Land would hasten the second coming of Christ. One of the main streets in Haifa, the buildings are straight out of Germany. It is very German architecture. So to tour the German Colony, just walk along
Ben-Gurion Street with your ...
... Jesus, as that spot was 90 kilometers from there. There were many people in white robes being baptized. We did not take part in it.
We enjoyed seeing all these different venues today as we have read about them in the Bible. We never thought we would see the Golan Heights or the Jordan River. It was an amazing day.
Tomorrow we will again be in Haifa as we are overnight there.
Until next ...
... us about what he'd been doing in Jerusalem. With no sign of Fabio anywhere Marcelo and I decided to try our luck with getting to Bethlehem and Herodium that afternoon so we didn't waste the rest of the day. I knew you could get to Bethlehem on the bus but I really wanted to see Herodium also, in which case it becomes necessary to charter a taxi and organise a price to have them wait for you whilst you explore the site. Marcelo had never heard of either place but was happy to "go ...