Villa Carmel Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... for Fun With Americans:
The guide explained in detail that the kibbutz kept kosher so they would not have milk and meat together. An American lady looking for cream for her coffee asked a waiter where she could get some. He spoke no English so he replied in Hebrew and she said "What does that mean?"
At Caparneum, while touring St. Peter's house, an American asked if he was called St. Peter when he was a boy.
... I would go to a local town and get a bus in. I was dropped off on the side of the right in the middle of nowhere but I strode into what I believed was the town so I could look for either a bus station or tourist office. I didn't realise that this town was tiny and had neither a tourist office or a bus station anywhere. I found myself wondering around aimlessly, still quite far off Caesarea for at least an hour or so with all ...
... thing about our stay there as far as the hotel is concerned was, in my opinion, the luscious dessert bar. It had so many options it was hard to try all of them. I think I made it through all but a cream puff before we left--that means I tried a dark chocolate fudge, coffee whipped pie, strawberry and passionfruit whipped pies, swirled desserts and a bunch more I don't remember. Oh, except for the baked pudding cups--those weren't so hot. Everything ...
... to be included. Not only was Tina's meal amazing, we might also comment here that, in general, the food in Israel and Jordan has been amazing. We expected that food would not be a focal part of our trip. However, we have delighted in the wonderful selection, the very creative presentations, and the fusion of spices and grains. Lots of hummus, pita, tomatoes, olives, cabbage - everything fresh and nicely prepared. Don't expect we are losing much ...
... way through the gate. Little did we know this entrance was only to a small section of the gardens and we had to hike half way up to be able to see the shrine. So we left that section and made our way up lots and lots of stairs. Lots of stairs. But once we got there, the gardens were beautiful. So many colors and everything was so perfectly maintained. We also were able to make it into the shrine which was very pretty and we were lucky to be able to get in since ...