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... band playing by the harbor and WOW they were really good. I wish I new the band so I can buy a cd of them if they had one out. Not even to mention they were singing in English :)
The last thing I will say is that my time in the ocean was not nearly as much fun I had at the beach in North Carolina two days before flying out here to Israel. Why you may ask... easy is swimming in the ocean solo as much ...
... middle-eastern Christian families have a picture of St. George somewhere on their homes so that he continues to protect them.
And that was the tour.
We had a few minutes to buy things in the shops outside the church, but they contained mostly the same kinds of tourist goods as the shops in Jerusalem and Nazareth that are targeted to Christian tourists.
We unceremoniously dropped off the guide (he didn't even come around the bus to "shake hands" and collect tips), and drove back into ...
... green with trees then with agriculture.
We drove through the West Bank, one of the disputed territories. It is called that because it is the west bank of the Jordan River. Jerusalem is on the border between the West Bank and the State of Israel. We saw communities walled in. Fences along the road with barbed wire. It's all very confusing when you see it first hand. Hopefully it will become clear to us as our visit continues.
... blind and the customers eat in the dark. Next door was a deaf cafe where all the staff are deaf. The menu had some sign language on it. Also Siobhan knows American Sign Language and they were able to understand get signing. After we had a snack at the cafe we went to the theater. We saw a play in this center that was put on by deaf and/or blind actors. The play ...
... their design clearly hadn’t taken into account the need to shrug off snow.
Then we went into the church. Especially for a Catholic institution, it was spare and simple, which allowed its elegance to shine through. Geometric mosaics framed the floors, and the ceilings were elaborately painted with angels surrounded by deep blue and gold. Plaques on the walls were written in French, Hebrew, Latin, and English—only in Israel! Tucked in ...