Zippori Village Country Cottages
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Catholic choice here is winning the popularity contest.
I was enjoying wandering about in Nazareth, and felt comparatively secure. Apparently with the incredibly high price of hotels in Israel some tourists are now choosing to stay in Nazareth instead of Tiberias or Haifa when they are in the north. I was enjoying walking around through Nazareth when I came upon this large poster in English and Arabic remembering how terrible “Nakba ...
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 ...
... 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
... worship was an hour and the sermon another hour ) I had expected it to be a trial, but I did enjoy it. Songs were sung in Hebrew with English subtitles, I found singing in Hebrew uplifting, the lyrics were simple and repeated. One of the instruments was a violin which was different but great with the style of worship. I had never before seen flags used during worship and enjoyed their use in this ...