This hostel is quite cheap it worked out that 4 of us only paid about 25 bucks a night each. The room was very small though and if it were men they probably would not have been comfortable since the beds were short and small. It is located in the town, we took a bus from Jerusalem and stayed 2 days. Be wary of the restaurant downstairs, the owner doesn't really give you prices and what we had was very pricey in comparison with everything else in that area. I would eat at other restaurants or the street cafe's instead. Since we were traveling on a budget this place was perfect although it was very bare bones. While we were there we noticed that they kept losing power in the place also in some of the rooms. I would stay here again but I would rent a car to get around. We hired a friend of the restaurant owner to drive us around the Sea of Galilee and we did get to see some of the area but not as much as I would have liked. All of the holy sites charge to get in so we only went to the Jordan Baptism site, the Turkey/Israel border and Ein Gev Kibbutz. I would have liked to see the Jesus boat and the church of multiplication. Now that I am more aware of what travel in Israel is like as a tourist I would be much more careful where I eat and what I do.
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