Zippori Village Country Cottages
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... to the airport, we dropped by the Marom family's home to drop off a few things and say, "Good-bye." Elana and I had planned to find a nice restaurant in Tel Aviv to finish off our visit. Well, needless to say, one conversation led to another and we ended up having supper with them and what a surprise it was. They exclaimed, "You never had Malawach?!?" Well, we were in for a treat. Malawach is a fried ...
... mall is under construction. One of the most important Israeli Arab cities, Nazareth appears to be doing very well.
Nazareth is the site of the announcement to Mary of the upcoming conception and birth of Jesus, the Annunciation, and as such it has the major Basilica of the Annunciation, and naturally also the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation in a quite different spot. It is not only Jewish groups who can’t agree on things; Mt Tabor also ...
... 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
It's only day two and we are really getting into this site. Today a few of us had some really amazing finds. Emily found a few bullae, round clay balls with small inscripted tablets on the inside. They were used for ancient records and receipts. Sylvia found a pair of gold earrings. And Caroline and I discovered architecture.
I began the day helping with the total station, the surveying equipment. Basically ...