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... us, even if most of the food places were shut. We checked in just after midday, again into a large and comfortable room on the fourth floor with a modern bathroom and a small balcony from which one could see the water. We then took ourselves off for a circumnavigation of the Sea of Galilee, a drive of maybe 60km. It was very pleasant with wide deserted roads and beautiful views for most of the way. The land there is very fertile and green, a contrast with the rocky ...
... monks located the site of the old destroyed orthodox church and built a new one. Inside the mosaic floors appeared old but well preserved. At the foot of the altar of the church, one could see the mosaic of the fish and loaves of bread. Behind this, a little stone ledge was visible where Jesus is supposed to have stood whilst performing this miracle.
3km north of Tabgha, we stopped at a place called Capharnaum (site of ...
... one God. Haifa is a large port city constructed by the British in 1934, and many technological companies have large facilities there. It is also the international headquarters of the Baha'i faith. The former prophet of this religion, El Bab, spread the religion and requested to be buried in Haifa surrounded by a garden. He was executed in 1850 and the members of the Baha'i faith built a large shrine and garden in ...
... well in the photos.
From there, it was a short drive up the hill to the lovely monastery and retreat for pilgrims built on the site where Jesus supposedly spoke the Beatitudes. It was a lovely, modern church, set in beautiful gardens overlooking the Sea. We are only one of many visiting groups that we are tracking around the sites with, and one of them, a large group of Americans, started singing hymns in the church as we were wandering the gardens. Kind ...
Day 3 in Israel found us traveling north to see the town of Nazareth, the Sea of Galilee and the River Jordan. Surprisingly this day turned out to be the most religious in its feeling. Maybe it was simply the lack of crowds and extreme commercialization near the visited sites.
The River Jordan is significant as it seen as being the site where John the Baptist baptized Jesus. Surprisingly the ...