Zippori Village Country Cottages
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So, this is it! I'm here in Israel and tomorrow is the big day. But first, a little about my weekend and some lovely pictures too.
From the airport I got a train and a bus to travel up north. It was a Thursday evening (the beginning of the weekend here) and so the bus was overflowing with soldiers and people travelling home. One passenger commented that we felt like 'sardinim' (I'll leave you to guess how that translates)
... AD), Mamelukes (1291–1561 AD) and Ottoman Turks (1561–1917).
One of the most relaxing times of our entire trip is the lunch we have in Caesarea. The restaurant is right in the Caesarea National Park. Beth and I order shrimp while Graham has fish. From our table, we look out over the Mediterranean Sea breaking over the walls of the ancient port. Our shrimp is excellent and the quantity generous. I have to laugh when a whole fried tilapia is placed ...
... being breaded and fried. I got the schnitzel and was given a falafel too. They were both delicious! Salads are a part of every meal here and tons of fresh tomato, cucumber, lettuce, cabbage, humus, and more are at every meal.
Last of all, we went to Cana, the area of Christ's first miracle where Jesus turned water into wine. To be there was just a thrill to my soul! We went into a small chapel there and four couples on the trip with us renewed their wedding vows, with one ...
... with fog.
Druze Village: We stopped at a Druze Village for lunch with choices of Falafel or Chicken Schnitzel on Pita Bread with a room full of fixings for the sandwiches. The Druze are a mysterious sect who split from Islam 1,000 years ago. They have no political ambitions and live as Israeli citizens.
Megiddo: We drove to Megiddo where we saw grave sites along the road. We watched a ...
... sans-serif; line-height: normal;">-John 3 in 1st yr. of Jesus public ministry.. God so loved the world...(spiritual water mentioned)
We pass Terraced hills from Byzantine era.
-Herod didn't like Joppa, so ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking