Tzameret

Address: P.O. Box 3030, Tiberias, Galilee, 14130, Israel | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 3030, Tiberias, is near Arbel Cliffs.
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Travel Blogs from Tiberias

Day 31 - Trying to walk on water

A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 01, 2014

... we had the night before. After breakfast and packing we set off on the hour-long drive to our next hotel, the Rimonim Gailei Kinnerith at Tiberias, on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. We arrived too early to check in, so went for a bit of a walk around the town. Esther had already forewarned us that Tiberias isn't an especially attractive town, and she was right. The waterfront promenade is very pleasant, but the rest of this historic town is nothing special. The ...

Am I dreaming?

A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 23, 2014

24 photos

... a National Park that has extremely large warm outdoor pools. AAAAHHHH.... how nice swimming in this natural area felt on this HOT day and on the sore muscles. After finishing up my swim I made it further down and west of the coast to Afula then finally onto Jerusalem where I was greeted with a nice shower. Then a beautiful enjoyable concert by the http://www.whiffenpoofs.com/.

I close out my day ...

Caesarea on the Ides of March!

A travel blog entry by tckontis on Mar 15, 2014

4 comments, 25 photos

... Empire in the 4th century, who used the city and changed the Roman temple into a Church. The Arab Muslims later defeated the Byzantines in 639 and made the city their own, by changing the church into a mosque. The Crusaders arrived in Caesarea in 1101. The complex was amazingly built and even had an aqueduct bringing water from the mountains, 8 miles away. Caesarea was the port through which the apostle Paul sailed ...

Tzippori ruins and orthodox moshav

A travel blog entry by greatescapes on Feb 14, 2014

42 photos

... would have stood guard. The streets also show signs of a carved non-skid surface etched into the stone of ramps. After the roman city was destroyed the crusaders appeared and constructed a watchtower fortress by recycling stone they found on the site, including the sarcophagus of a Roman Solder as its corner stone.

We rushed back to Nir Etzion moshav to get settled before candle lighting for our first Shabbat experience. Nir Etzion is an orthodox ...

Jaffa, Caesaria, Megiddo, Nazareth and Cana

A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jan 10, 2014

18 photos

... after us on the Sabbath (or check us in to the hotel for that matter), but they did. The only concession seemed to be that there was no butter for the bread, and no tea or coffee available. Whilst the meal was lovely, the lifts we very unfriendly being on auto pilot, and everybody was being taken to floors that they didn't want to go to, so they were always full of people staying on till they eventually found their floor. Internet was offered on the ground floor only for about AU$5 per ...