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Pearls of Western Galilee - Small Group Tour from Jerusalem
"Depart Tel Aviv head north along the Coastal Road and onto the archaeological site of Caesarea. Enjoy your guided walking tour of what was once a thriving port city dedicated to Roman emperor Augustus Caesar exploring ruins that include an aqueduct a theater a citadel a palace
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Private Tour: Caesarea Haifa Akko and Mediterranean Coast Day Tour from Tel Aviv
"Enjoy this day trip from Tel Aviv with a private guide to coastal Israel including a range of touring options that we can customize together. Visits to Caesarea the Carmel Mountains Haifa and Akko. We can explore King Herod's ancient port and harbor the city’s Roman theatre hippodrome
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Pearls of Western Galilee - Small Group Tour from Jerusalem
"Depart Tel Aviv head north along the Coastal Road and onto the archaeological site of Caesarea. Enjoy your guided walking tour of what was once a thriving port city dedicated to Roman emperor Augustus Caesar exploring ruins that include an aqueduct a theater a citadel a palace
From $114.00

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Falafel Hazkenim: Best Falafel in the city

Falafel is the dish and Hazkenim means the elderly. One of the best places in Haifa to try this dish, but if you can't reach this location, try a Falafel anywhere you can.

Favorite Dish Falafel is the Israeli national food. Its pettis made out of cheekpees fried in deep oil and put with a lot of vegis into a pita, topped with tachini. a serving is between 10-15 shekels, and with a bottle of cold drink it makes a beautifull cheap lunch

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Jul 10, 2003

Falafel Hazkenim: The proof is in the falafel

Israel has the best falafel in the middle east (or so they say). Haifa has the best falafel in Israel (that's a given). And Falafel Hazkenim ("The Elders") is the best in Haifa. The falafel balls are fried to deep-brown perfection, the tahini is heavenly, the pitas are large and soft, and the elders are cute. The caveat: eat here and you won't be able to enjoy any other falafel...

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Nov 30, 2005
 
 
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The German Colony

German Colony is a nice district located in front of the lower side of Baha’I Gardens at the foot of Mount Carmel. It was established in 1868 by the German Templers, a protestant sect that tried to...
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The Port

During the British Mandate period Haifa and its port developed. Sir Frederick Palmer was the British port engineer who chose Haifa as the location for a deepwater port, and the main gate of the port...
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The Technion College

I have a confession to make. I grew up in a very non-scientific home. My father was a rabbi and a historian. My mother was a teacher of Hebrew and Bible. I was terrible in math and science from the...
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