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... detail about the events starting in 1933 with Hitler’s beginning
through the concentration camps. The museum was very overwhelming in
its message and Ilise and I spent close to 3 hours going through it. The
rest of the group was waiting at least an hour for us as they hurried
... balance from New Zealand, would you believe!
The College Dean (Graeme), American, as were our Course Director, Rodney and Hospitality Director, Susan and Chaplain Fr.Mike and his wife Judy.
There was a mixture of clergy and lay, however more clergy and a mixture of Moari clergy and lay. Tonga and Figian were all clergy, as were two Brits and two of 4 USA.
At this point I should tell ...
... all up and dressed for our next pre-wedding day adventure. Today, Sarah had organized a bus to take us (out of towners) to En Gedi National Park for a hike before heading for a well deserved soak in the Dead Sea. The National Park was stunning. It was like a lighter version of the grand canyon and offered a number of hiking trails to various waterfalls where you could cool off from the intense heat. I think it was well over 38 degrees that day and we were very grateful to have ...
... this. After lunch we visited The Israel Museum which had a fantastic model of The City of David and Jerusalem. Our guide was able to further explain the layout of the cities and discuss the Biblical significance of the structures. The museum as houses artifacts and replicas of the Dead Sea Scrolls. We enjoyed a comfortable day with mild temperatures, cloud cover and breezes, for which we are ...
... meal of small plates, falafel, chicken, and lamb kabobs. We all commented that this was probably our best meal in country. We returned to the Center to pack our bags for the return trip. We received word that our flight would be delayed so we planned to leave at 11. Before we did leave, we got an extraordinary rooftop tour from one of the Seminarians at the center. The city has a completely different look at ...