Tzameret

P.O. Box 3030, Tiberias, Galilee, 14130, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tiberias

Jaffa, Caesaria, Megiddo, Nazareth and Cana

A travel blog entry by gregd999

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... the old, historical port that pilgrims used on their trips to the Holy Land - where Simon the Tanner lived, where Solomon had the cedars from Lebanon for the temple shipped, and where Jonah tried to flee in a boat from God's mission which saw him end up in the belly of the fish. Saw the traditional house of Simon the Tanner, and went inside St Peters church this time.

Then it was off to Caesarea on the shores of the Mediterranean, which was actually the traditional ...

We are Here in Israel

A travel blog entry by israelmary

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... airport for our first stop is Caesarea Maritima, the ancient Roman seaport-capital where Roman proconsuls including Pontius Pilate lived.. (2 hours) Noon​Lunch at Or Akiva (or possibly at Zichron Yaakov) 1:00 pm​Depart for Atlit, a Restored British Detention camp. 2:30 pm ​Plant trees at Golani Junction JNF tree planting centre. 5:00 pm​Arrival at Hotel - Tiberius Cesar Hotel. 6:30 pm ​Buffet Dinner Overnight: Tiberias x 3 ...

Sick and Tired of being sick and tired

A travel blog entry by bethh1902

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... tour so they upgraded our room to a suite with a jacuzzi tub in it and a sitting area with a view of the Sea of Galilee. I got a quick bite to eat in the hotel, and brought Jessica back a coke to settle her stomach. She is feeling better but she is still not completely herself. I am hoping a good night's sleep and she will be ready for some sightseeing. And I am REALLY hoping I do not catch this stomach bug. I swear, traveling and mishaps seem to go hand in hand for me. ...

Stuck in the middle of Armageddon..

A travel blog entry by babamissesyou

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... water from the spring outside the city walls, then up 80 steps to get out. Megiddo is known as the cradle of Biblical archaelogy and the laboratory of modern research methods.

Sooo.....we're 5 minutes out of Megiddo, in Jezreel Valley - remember this is the supposed site of Armageddon- and we both hear and feel a bump bump bump bumpbump under the bus. No more than 30 seconds later, we were pulled over on the side of the ...

Haifa Day

A travel blog entry by followkim

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... with the bus; it's a privately owned taxi. And it picks up as many as 10 passengers in the way a shuttle does.







Next we took the Carmelit, a funicular railway! Though these do exist in the United States, I had never been on one until today. As you can see, the train car ...

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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 3030, Tiberias, is near Arbel Cliffs.
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