Ein Gedi - Beit Sarah Guest House
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... faces. There was some discussion over whether the staves went through the length or breath of the Ark.
In the final room we watched a video on the development of the individual items and the creation of the pure gold 1/2 tonne lampstand which is in a glass case at the top of the Western wall.
We had time then to look at the gift shop before moving to the view of the mount of Olives from above the Western Wall next to the lampstand.
... acid when you taste it and is very toxic If consumed. It was a blast. Before that we went to Masada which is a castle in the dessert up on a mountain with cliffs completely surrounding it. This head rabbi was in charge of his community and one day thought he could try to overcome some other armies. He bit off more than he could chew and eventually the Romans went after Masada. ...
... the presence of Christ in this place. Taking communion now will always remind me of this time and place.
2nd stop - upper room, this is where Christ knew he was going to be betrayed. He knew the pain he would endure for me. Where my Lord observed Passover with his disciples.
3rd stop - tomb of the prophet Samuel.
Lunch in Bethlehem, first time to have a shwarma, a pita filled with ...
... patience throughout the trip. He would not listen or do anything that our guide Dr. Anderson wanted. He drove very slow.
Traveled to Ein Gedi, is an oasis in the middle of the desert. Several water falls and caves through out. Steep climbing path, didn't make it all of the way up. A beautiful view of The Dead Sea can be viewed from here. It was here that David and his army hid from the army of the perusing army of King Saul.
I'm currently sitting on an El Al flight over the Mediterranean towards Rome. I don't really know because I'm on the aisle and don't have much of a view and it's now cloudy and dark anyway. There's an Israeli girl of about eleven next to me. Apparently her whole family is on the flight but there was some mix-up with the tickets and they're scattered over the plane. At various times her mum and dad and brother have come ...