Ein Gedi - Beit Sarah Guest House
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... was rapidly melting away.
On heading back to the hotel we tried to find the store of our mosaic man saviour from earlier but so many shops and not a mosaic in sight.
We were both feeling rather tired by this point and although the Shrine of the Beheading of Saint John the Baptist was literally next door to the hotel we both agreed to give this one a miss and head back to the comfort and air conditioning of our hotel room.
We ate in ...
... 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.
... Hall of Remembrance where the eternal flame burns. This is also the place where many international dignitaries make there offering of remembrance. On the floor are the names of 22 Nazi murder sites - extermination and
concentration camps, transit camps and killing sites - chosen from the hundreds of murder sites that existed throughout Europe. A memorial flame burns continuously, next to a crypt containing ashes of victims brought from ...