Zippori Village Country Cottages
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... out to swim in the Mediterranean Sea in the harbour that was in the past the main sea port for Israel.
Two of our group were missing following the swim so once they were found we headed back to Inbar via the aqueduct and an opportunity for a short 2 minute photo whilst the bus blocked all traffic (due to the restrictions of the car park!) Yusef our driver had to do some fancy reversing to get us out of there and received rousing applause as ...
... cuisine of the past!
This past January I taught a class on Israeli cooking. In preparation for that class, I came across The Book of New Israeli Food by Janna Gur. It is a beautiful book with great photos and recipes. I still haven't made anything from it, but look forward to doing so upon my return. In the forward to the book, the author describes Israeli food as a product of diverse cultures: ...
... with the others to cover the touristy aspects. Nazareth is predominantly famous for where it is believed the Annunciation took place. Ate some more cake and then went out and bought some other Arabic sweets. Went out for a nice dinner for the first time with Amelia and Briggon and brought some beer back. Tonight there was only us four in the hostel and even Linda (the staff/volunteer lady) went home so we hijacked the ...
1st stop Zippori
Underground reservoir, supply of water was stored. Capital of Galilee. Major trade here. Has roman theatre,home of Hanna & Jochaim, Mary's parents. This is possibly where Mary and Joseph met. Shops, Citadel, and road the chariots traveled on. Grooves show the wear of the chariots.
2nd stop Akko, wall of Aqumod
... us great architecture. The only other exciting thing about the dig part of the day was the siren. A siren signaling an incoming rocket sounded about midday, very unusual. Hamas claimed it, and the target area appeared to be the Haifa/Mount Carmel area. It was shot down and all was well, except that a tourist family had to cone into Catherine's square for shelter when the siren sounded. They got the full Israel experience. There were quite a few ...