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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. …
... but just mention that I was charming and not an awful customer. Everything worked out in the end and I paid less than 100 for a cheap phone and to have unlimited calling and texts in Israel during my time here.
I have been looking at the different volunteer programs and visiting with them, which I won’t describe, because that would bad form. I will write on the blog the places that I choose and what I ...
... Ha-der) found it on the bus. As we took off in the bus our guide, Iyat, mentioned something about one location only being 2000 years old. Seriously, how many places can you go to and say that?!
Our first stop was Caesarea Maritima, a city built by Herod. It is also the location of the first Gentile conversion by Paul, in the book of Acts. We saw the amphitheater, hippadrome, then went to see the Roman aqueduct just up ...
... made my way through the crowd. When I reached the wall I was crying too. I took my wadded up prayer and pushed it in a crack already filled with a paste of prayers. With one hand on the wall I could finally get the pull to Jerusalem. This place mattered. Our Guide They called him in on short notice for our little group. I should have guessed that a guide who could be ready in half an hour might not be the cream de la cream. He thought Jerusalem was a "Honkey Tonk town" ...