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rabaum  
#1 Posted : Friday, October 3, 2008 10:18:09 PM(UTC)
rabaum

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Hello to everyone

At the beginning of Sukkot I leave for the northern section of the trail (11 days).

Me and my friend some problematic food and therefore is preferred to eat as much at restaurants on the road. We're not going to restaurants (although the one in the middle of the trail can be an attraction) but everything that defines his own restaurant. We also cook at night but still don't know exactly what.

We would be glad if someone could give recommendations and tips based on experience where you can eat on the way, how much food should carry on the back, what's for dinner? Etc.

Ploughed the whole Forum and found too much material on these subjects, especially not for eating on the road.

Thanks in advance

Roy

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#2 Posted : Saturday, October 4, 2008 12:42:09 AM(UTC)
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Design by towns. Everywhere there is a convenience store or grocery store and you can buy little food you can reheat in boiling water or fire. At the trailhead has fish on restaurant deals. In Kfar giladi hotel too. In Ramot Naftali can find b & b with dinner and breakfast, if you spoke of Safed (her as Bess) you're fine with eating in a restaurant, Tower later in Poria, Gazit at, Shibley, Nazareth, Kibbutz hasolelim (bed + breakfast), Haifa, search Zvi Gilat has at the end of the book list of restaurants.

The mention Nazareth, so is one I recommend chovalllm not miss, especially because the landscape is one of the most beautiful in the country: tialandit restaurant in Nazareth. Stunning scenery at night. Take a table near the window, otherwise go for the view. On weekends you want to place an order at a table near the window if you don't want to wait about 40 minutes or more. The food at. .. And at 6:47 am.

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nziv  
#3 Posted : Sunday, October 5, 2008 4:39:46 AM(UTC)
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Don't you dare Miss restaurants Nazareth. Bus to downtown and get off at the center of the hamashbir lazarchan. Recommend "El-tabun"
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