Zippori Village Country Cottages
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... from famous musicians and performers. We also saw the remains of Herod’s palace and the stadium, and were reminded that while Hollywood at times romanticizes Roman gladiator battles and chariot races, these events were not positive for Jews living at the time. After enjoying the scenic views for a little while, we boarded the bus to head to our hotel.
We arrived in beautiful Zichron Yaakov soon after departing the Druze village, ...
... red wines, each of which was paired with a specific Vahlrona Chocolate. I learned about Vahlrona earlier this year: it is a wonderfully exquisite chocolate made in France used (and preferred) by pastry chef's around the world. It is truly tasty and rich given to the high cocoa butter content in their chocolate. We even met some folks from New Orleans while we while the afternoon away.
Nazareth is no longer a small town as it was when Jesus grew up here. Though what was really exciting to see was the reenactment and reconstruction of a first century village of Nazareth. The 1st century Nazareth Village museum is working on excavating and preserving ruins of the 1st century village found on the land. Walking through this reconstruction helped envision what the town of Nazareth was like for Jesus prior to the start of His ...
1st stop Zippori
Underground reservoir, supply of water was stored. Capital of Galilee. Major trade here. Has roman theater,home of Hanna & Joachim, 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
... a mystery. It was likely a basin of some kind but that's all we know at the moment. We dug today, and played tel games. We usually do this at Ashkelon but they let us bring the tradition to Megiddo to close out our season. Some Megiddo people even joined in. It was Game of Thrones based and I was so close to getting it. Caroline won so it was pretty exciting that an Ashkelonite ...