Yehelim Boutique Hotel

72 Moav St, Arad, Israel | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 72 Moav St, Arad, is near Old City Jaffa, Shuk Hapishpeshim, and Kikar Kedumim.
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    Travel Blogs from Arad

    Day 25 - Caesarea and beyond

    A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 25, 2014

    ... picturesque countryside up to Zichron Yaakov, a historic town high on a hill which has a close association with the early Jewish settlers of the area. It has been described as a place of perseverance and intrigue. Nowadays it is filled with many retaurants, wineries and handicraft shops. Many of the places were closed for the holiday, but we still enjoyed wandering round and looking at the old houses. After some mint-flavoured icy lemon drinks and we were on our ...

    Shabbat in Arnona

    A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure on Jun 14, 2014

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    ... East Jerusalem.

    While looking to pin point the Haas Promenade, I thought I might find it around Arnona since it was walking distance from Mark's apt. In the process, I came across these fun facts about Arnona . . .

    Arnona was founded in 1931 on land owned by the Keren HaEzra company
    Arnona gradually became a southern suburb of Jerusalem separated ...

    Sea of Galilee, Chorazin, Capernaum, Jericho River

    A travel blog entry by oomstravels on Jun 14, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Today is Shabbat in Israel. Because all of the Jewish sites and businesses are closed, we visited the sites that are run by Catholics or secular Jews. It was another great day in the land where God placed redemptive history! I still have to pinch myself sometimes to confirm that I am actually here.

    The day started with a worship service on the Sea of Galilee. We boarded two boats and traveled out to the middle of the sea. The sailors ...

    In the beginning

    A travel blog entry by csgrtadventure on Jun 07, 2014


    ... food shopping for Shabbat. No inclination of what was to come the next day.

    Part III - a bed in Israel

    Woke up Sat. morning feeling ok. While Mark was at his dental appt. I went into the nearby cafe and ordered some mint tea. By the time we got home I knew something wasn't right . . and for pretty much all of Shabbat (I did make it up for Havdalleh) my entire walk consisted of going from the bed to ...

    Annie takes a birthday dip in the Dead Sea

    A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Jan 04, 2014

    23 photos

    ... s Camp!”). I learned to canoe, water ski, and swim long distances. But the one thing they could never teach me was to float on my back. Hard as I tried, when I stopped flapping my arms and legs I just sank like an anchor toward the crab shells at the bottom of the bay. It was humiliating. But in the Dead Sea I could float like a champ! Even with my toes sticking way up out of the water. Even with my head craned forward so I could see Annie on ...