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... after tea I certainly into the lobby, the only place unfortunately to get WiFi, and there was music and people were dancing. (Puppa's Yakira) John wouldn't get up and dance with me (what a shame), ha, ha. He said it certainly wasn't the Miriam and Tamborine type dancing. Annette looked up the weather for the next few days when we are ...
... manufacturing place, the town was filled with commerce. It was a logical choice for Christ's public ministry home-base.
Just a short bus hop northeast around the Sea of Galilee, we moved on to Corazin and the Tabgha. Corazin is the only one of the three cities against which Jesus pronounced woes for rejecting his miracles that we do not actually have any recorded accounts of Jesus' miracles. We also do not have very many ruins besides a synagogue. Tabgha had ...
Ashkelon is no longer an option. That's the bad news. The good news is there are options: go home or dig at another site up in the north. Some feel safer returning home, but I'm staying.
So on to the events of the day. Our first stop was the ancient city of Gamla. It was built on a tall hill in the Golan Heights. It was taken by Jewish rebels in 66 AD when they fought against Rome and they fortified ...
... couple of snaps. Another drive brought us to Golan Heights and the Syrian border where we could see the UN camp and the fence along the border with the Syrian towns quite visible. Damascus was about 50 kms away. The Pope is in Jerusalem today and thus we had a slow drive into the city as the traffic was congested. We were told he was staying 2 doors up from us but a walk around did not reveal any security so think that ought be doubtful. Dinner back at hotel and the obligatory wi ...
... difficult. It was a tough, but I was so proud that we all did it!
We picnicked at a gas station at the bottom of Mt. Arbel. Then we hiked through some orchards to our bus. We went to Capernaum and saw a church that held the Rock that Jesus compared to Peter - "upon this Rock I will build my church". We put our feet in the Sea of Galilee, a fitting reward for our climbing feat!
Then the bus took us to our next hotel in Tiberias. We had ...