St Gabriel

Address: P.O. Box 2318, Nazareth, Galilee, 16000, Israel | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSt Gabriel Nazareth

Reviewed by mimrose

St Gabriel's Nazerath

Reviewed Feb 24, 2011
by (1 review) Stratford, Vic . Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

Very ordinary, don't bother

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TripAdvisor Reviews St Gabriel Nazareth

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Travel Blogs from Nazareth

Day 29 - Kamikaze drivers

A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 29, 2014

1 photo

... we decided to wander back to the car and leave the city to the dedicated followers of passion. (Boom boom!) It was then that Brian spotted the dome of the Shrine Basilica only a couple of hundred metres away, so we headed in that direction. It really is a beautiful building, built in the 1960s to replace a series of earlier buildings, and it contains many relics and remains. While we were there, a group of visitors (pilgrims?), who seemed to be from either Spain or Italy ...

Hazor, Ceasea Philippi, Tel Dan, Lunch, Jesus Boat

A travel blog entry by phagan on Jun 03, 2014

249 photos

... layer and ashes. The walls had wood and oil jars all around. City was set on fire, the roof fell and crushed the jars. It was probably 1700 to 1800 degree fire, as there is so much furl and air here. It melted the mud bricks and pottery. This all documented in Archeology review. This site shows the Bible's historical narrative is TRUE! Joshua has to have existed, it happened! Look at the evidence, as only a few places could destroy a city this big. It would be like a small town ...

Machine guns, No Man's Land, and a Grumpy Man

A travel blog entry by poon on Apr 21, 2014

... up dealing with for most of our stay.

The next day, we rode the cable car up to the very fortress that was what tipped the scales for us in deciding to visit Jordan and Israel. Adrian was particularly impressed with the fact that he was standing right where they filmed the awesome aerial scenes we watched months ago.

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In the footsteps of Joseph and Mary

A travel blog entry by bermack on Mar 29, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... was a very well known arabic sweet shop. We went in and bought 3 different types of baklava. The sweets were flying out the bakery so fast, that you knew it was very fresh.

From here we headed southwest to Megiddo. Megiddo is built on a hill, whose foundations date back to the biblical era. The site was built on layer by layer, by the different civilizations. The old gates were probably ones stormed by Egyptian troops in 1468BC. There is evidence ...

Ancient Caesaria

A travel blog entry by thegoldenbergs on Dec 27, 2013

21 photos

... Josh's ancestors and one of Vivianne's ancestors could have sat next to each other at a chariot race. Maybe shared "popcorn" and over time their descendants migrated to Eastern Europe and Spain/South America until we met in the US 2,000 years later. Makes you think! Next on to Tel Aviv where we're meeting Erick and Daisy for the rest of the afternoon and Shabbat dinner in the ...

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