The Fauzi Azar Inn
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Great staff, clean dorm, showers and toilets are OK, good location.
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Well after I wrote the last post I figured that I lost the key to the lock which kept all my valuables in it so in the morning the owner waddled in and with the greatest exasperation proceeded to smash it up with a hammer. I should probably take more care with keys.
Also, the hostel proceeded to fill up with great triangular Fijians whose …
... I moved to Canada, well you know. The water was so warm and with different tones of beautiful blues. It would have been really inviting if it wasn't because swimming wasn't allowed in this area. After Caesarea we drove to Mount Carmel where 1 Kings 18:19 episode with prophet Elijah, took place. At the top of the mount there is a Carmelitas church and a statute of prophet Elijah. You can see a vast territory of Israel from here. We had our ...
... by Mt. Gilead where Elijah came from. It's so great to get geographical perspective where all of these places are. Israel, even though a very small country, has many, many mountains.
Our next stop was at Bet She'an. This is where the Philistines hung Saul's dead body to the wall. This is one of the most excavated sites in Israel. There are also amazingly well preserved remnants of Roman civilization there including Roman baths and ...
... restaurant?” I asked sheepishly--or maybe goatishly. One of the women smiled a big smile. “Yes, it is. You must be the one with reservations.” Yes, I said, sorry we’re late, we had a slight problem finding it. The woman answered, “I was just saying to my friend, I wonder how they’ll ever find us. They never asked for directions.” She introduced herself; her name was Daliah.
I told her how ...
... Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10). We saw the famous sycamore tree. The Mount of Temptation is probably the place where Satan showed Jesus all the kingdoms of the world (Luke 4:4-8). We also rode a camel. Then, it was time for shopping for Hebron glass and other souvenirs.
St. George’s Monastery: This secluded retreat is built into the cliff face of Wadi Qelt; a wadi is a dry river bed. It was founded in 480 ...