Zippori Village Country Cottages
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... until seven o'clock. Since some of us needed to give last minute updates online and we had time to kill, we found a coffee shop in the bus station and chilled in the back for a while. I didn't have anything I needed to do on wifi right away, so I left to explore the bus station. Up on the third floor, I found the bus ticket office and got my ticket. Afterward I joined the group for long enough to slap together a couple PBJs, and then we all headed upstairs to ...
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... of the gospels, Josephus and a few Roman documents there was no known reference to him.There were other bible references to Caesarea but I won't mention them as it takes me too long to type. Walking to the sea we could view the hippodrome and the sea-side palace.As we had a tight schedule today we had a mere 10 minutes here of free time. Next we travelled north through the Jezreel Valley ...
King Herod had a vision in 22 A.D. for a great city to be built on the Mediterranean called Caesarea Maritima. It took only 12 years to build this ambitious project which included a shipping port, an amphitheater, palace, swimming pool, hippodrome, among many other buildings. This city would eventually become the seat of government for Roman Governor Pontius Pilate. It was an extremely pagan place until the apostle Peter witnessed to the first Christian ...
... so "human" and "current," if that makes any sense. We had spent so long looking at ruins and learning the history and geography of the region, it felt good to just sit and taste wines. We then stopped in a small, affluent town overlooking the Mediterranean, called Zikron Yakov (I probably butchered that spelling). We walked around there, did some shopping, and ate a classic Israeli item that's not falafel: sabich. Similar to falafel, it's served in pita ...