Hotel Gilgal

Address: 7 Nes Ziona Street, Tel Aviv, 63904, Israel | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 7 Nes Ziona Street, Tel Aviv.
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    A bit of an accident

    A travel blog entry by johncarol on May 26, 2015

    4 comments

    Unfortunately today, the last day in Israel has turned out an unexpected turn of events. Glenys has done something to her ankle /foot, cannot put any weight on it at all. So Glenys and Annette will be returning to Australia. Phone calls to travel insurance has been happening, and at the moment, John and Annette have taken Glenys to ...

    Holy Mushekel (Problems)

    A travel blog entry by rachellez on Apr 19, 2015

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... They were actually good. I'm not a huge fan of the fried balls of chick peas, especially for breakfast. Fried things don't belong in our bodies in the first place but espeically not in the morning. Anyway after this we went to the beach. The water was too cold to swim so we bought a game and played in the sand and slept for awhile on the beach. Then we explored some more, then had ice cream then watched the sun set. Then we went to a sports bar and relaxed for the rest of ...

    Day Six - Wednesday.

    A travel blog entry by melodyanne on Oct 22, 2014

    15 photos

    ... is the Main Street in Bethlehem,which got us to the "Church of the Nativity".This was built in the 4th century, when Christianity was legalised under Constantine.It is one of the oldest Byzantine churches still in use.It is built over a cave which may have been the place of the nativity.The Ottomans' divided it into three parts-Catholic,Greek Orthodox and Armenian. •Another group photo was taken before we began our visit,we didn't buy a copy. The doorway into the church is ...

    Masada, Qumran & the Dead Sea

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 27, 2014

    11 photos

    ... that's the only account we have. What we do have is the evidence that the Romans conducted a siege and conquered Masada. The third story is that this incident became an important symbol for the Jews in their quest to establish a Jewish homeland during the last one hundred years. Remember the heroes of Masada became a rallying cry for them. There are also the ruins of a Byzantine church up there dating from when a number of monks lived there four centuries later. There ...

    Our last day with Lior

    A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 13, 2014

    61 photos

    ... Avi-Yonah to create the Model and provide its topographic and archaeological basis and architectural design. The model was opened to the general public in 1966, immediately becoming a popular attraction and educational site for Israelis and tourists alike.

    In 2006 the Second Temple Model was transferred to the Israel Museum campus, where it offers a concrete illustration of the period documented in the Dead Sea Scrolls, when Rabbinic Judaism took shape ...