Tower Hotel Haifa

Address: 63 Herzl Street, Haifa, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Haifa

2nd Israel stop

A travel blog entry by bevanow on Apr 06, 2015

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... around to see the sights.
So I hiked around this hilly city...up through posh German Colony to the Baha'i Gardens -- absolutely pristinely beautiful. This is the world's Baha'i Spiritual centre. The public only allowed to the first terrace of the many that transcend the hillside -with the domed Shrine of the Bab 1/2 way up. Those corridor of gardens is lit up at night. Very impressive place!!Then took bus over to market/shopping areas ...very mixed ...

Landed in Promised land day 1 Tel Aviv to Haifa

A travel blog entry by spandan on Dec 29, 2014

... break fast and. Headed towards Sultanahmet tram station >> in 10 mins we were in Eminonu ferry port... Swiped our Istanbul kart at the ferry for Kadikoy .. The 2TL Boshphorous cruise... The view of Eurasian Istanbul from the ferry was majestic... Had my camera out and started clicking. The sea was bit choppy but the hevy ferry boat was managing well. From Kadikoy bus station (E11 express bus for the airport took almost 1 hour.. It meandered ...

Galilee of the Gentiles, Part I - Nazareth

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

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... much still intact. An earthquake in AD 749 leveled the city and it was never rebuilt afterward. Despite the destruction of the earthquake, very little was removed from the city in intervening years, and so excavations today are finding a wealth of architecture in the large city. Again, there was another Cardo and Decumanus twice bisecting the town, and then there were two theaters, an ancient spa, an amphitheater, a couple temples and a Columnade (a ...

English, Spanish or Arabic don't help much here

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 15, 2014

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... watch the different people coming on to the train. Most of them were young people in military uniforms, we were thinking cadets of sorts. There was also a fair share of people in the same uniforms but with ranks on their sleeves and carrying weapons, rifles or pistols. The EU really doesn't have much in the way of weapons so coming into Israel and seeing this many weapons was a bit of culture shock, not to mention strange seeing rifles carried onto trains. And ...

Caesarea to Mount Arbel

A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jun 13, 2014

... will be with us on our bus the whole trip too) tied this area to the Bible with the story of Elijah from IKings 17. He also mentioned other Bible stories and pointed out the Jezreel Valley and the Kishon River.After a quick stop for lunch we went to Megiddo also a town in ruin but with a lot of ...