The Home Apartments

Address: 106 Hayarkon Street , Tel Aviv, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 106 Hayarkon Street , Tel Aviv, is near The Grottos at Rosh HaNiqra, The Jaffa Clock Tower, The Railway Tunnels, and The Lebanese Border.
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      Back home to Roma

      A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... t turn up. We checked back in to the IQ Hotel and noted that staff we were familiar with were working. Just like being back home! The bloke on the desk commented that these were their biggest rooms. Once again I have a king size bed and a single. I also have a small lounge and a bath - as well as shower,toilet and douche. Shame I'm here for only one night; if I was here for longer I could use different zones of ...

      Past and Present. Future?

      A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... head. After he finished, I showed him where the only original stone from the gate was still in place; he and his wife were both so interested and thanked me profusely. The new excavations done by Eilat Mazar have exposed the remains of a gatehouse, palace and wall from the First Temple period. As most of what remains of the First Temple is under the current area controlled ( and being destroyed ) by the Muslims, it is very rare to find First Temple remains. Thus, to ...

      Day 14

      A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 24, 2014

      1 comment

      ... of architecture, particularly fortifications. Both are on high hills and command spectacular views, not only of the landscape but also the sky. The sky was completely empty of clouds and there seemed to be no barrier between it and the Earth. It was an incredible feeling.
      We are all so incredibly anxious to reach the 604 layer to find destruction, adding to our slumpiness. Any day now...

      Caesarea, Mount Carmel, Megiddo, Mount Arbel

      A travel blog entry by oomstravels on Jun 13, 2014

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      ... before they can be processed for eating. We've learned a Hebrew song. The population of Israel is 8 million--6 million which are Jews, and 1.5 million are Arabs, with .5 million others; their neighborhoods are very segregated and separate.

      We've seen Nazareth from a distance (apparently there's nothing to see there if you visit); we will not go to Bethlehem for the same reason (not much to see), also, it is in Palestinian territory. We've ...

      Day 5

      A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 12, 2014

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      ... there and how it related to the space.  It was determined that the ash was related to an ash layer that had been higher and this part had sunk.  And so after this setback, we continued to take out the floor.  I like to think while I excavate and I was sad I didn't get to do much of that today.  Fortunately I have been down to earth enough to remember to stay hydrated.  One of ...