We see at Jn 11:6, the immediate response of Jesus to the news that Lazarus was seriously ill:
... after having heard that Lazarus was ill, he stayed two days longer in the place where he was.
Going back to Jn 10:39-40, we see where Jesus was at that time:
Then they tried to arrest him again, but he escaped from their hands. He went away again across the Jordan to the place where John had been baptizing earlier, and he remained there.
It is traditionally believed that the location of the Al-Maghtas ruins on the eastern side of the Jordan River was where Jesus was baptized and where John the Baptist ministered.
Jesus says elsewhere:
Foxes have dens and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.” (Lk 9:58).
That remark perhaps alludes to the itinerant nature of his public life, though he had his mother and a house in which she lived.
Now, Jesus was widely believed to be preparing for the establishment of an earthly kingdom. Naturally, he and his disciples were in the watch-list of the Roman authorities, with some Jews more than eager to betray the group. It was therefore only natural for Jesus and his disciples to stay out of public gaze, at least on certain occasions, such as the time of Lazarus's illness.
The Ruins across Jordan appear to be qualifying for such a hiding place. Of course, the Gospels do not explicitly name any place where Jesus and his disciples spent time away from public view.
My question therefore is: Did Jesus and his disciples have an occasional 'hiding place'? Views of any denomination are welcome.