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Travel Blogs from Tiberias
Today was another wonderful day in our homeland. We started out early at 8 am, though most of us were up well before because of jet lag. We drove an hour up the mountains to the mystical city of Tzfat. It was here in the 17th century that Sephardic Jews fleeing their expulsion from Spain and Portugal settled. They brought with their mystical and spiritual approach to Judaism and prayer through the study of Kabbalah and the Zohar. We went to the ...
... church and the acoustics were the most amazing I have ever heard. The sound just resonated through the church. Through me. I was so moved!
Jericho and Mount of Temptation
We got to see a sycamore tree.
I rode a Camel named Jackie. :)
I bought olive oil for my friend Mozell!
Put our hands in Elisha's Spring!
A man picked basil and mint from his garden and gave it to me. So ...
... first site is the "white Synagogue " that was built on the ruins of the synagogue of Jesus dating back to the 5th century. Further on we come to the home of the mother in law of Peter, one of the disciples. From there we go to the strategic Golan Heights which is the site of the 1967 Six Day War and the 1973 Yom Kipper War. We are now in Katzrin the capital of the Golan to the monument of the 7th brigade. We start our visit with a multi ...
... sensitively refurbished 19th century basalt stone buildings together with a "new build" main bedroom block. Redesigned and planned with the clear intention of preserving the original character and air of the properties, the outcome is a unique harmony of old and new, combining the original architectural style with the modern amenities you would expect of a five star hotel.
... for the sake of thoroughness I should report that we ate lunch here, cuz, yah know, food is good and important and stuff.
After Caesarea Phillipi we went to Dan, a city very similar in function. Turns out you don't want to climb over a 9000 foot snow capped peak in a camel caravan if you can avoid it, and you also don't want to strike out across the malaria infested marshes of the Hulah Basin if you can avoid it, which means you want to pass through ...