Petra Hotel & Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... site was huge. Bet She’An was the
site of a town with up to 30,000 people back in the hay day of Greco
Roman life. This location is very ripe for travelers because it is part
of the main valley between Syria and Israel so travelers didn’t need to
climb the mountains to the north or ...
... Jewish—and a Nabatean. At the house, which had been severely restored to the point of not looking quite authentic, we quickly descended underground to check out some cisterns and quarries. The Bell Caves took a good bit of time to explore, and there we found large underground caverns that were the result of the Romans' exploitation of the underground chalk for use in making a waterproof plaster barrier that they would apply to cistern ...
... structure for his temple. Because the Temple Mount didn't have a large enough flat-top to accommodate his grand plan, he simply lopped off the top of the mountain and back-filled the edges. All of this with no machinery. Pretty impressive! The tour included an abridged version of the history of Jerusalem. This little piece of land changed hands so many times that I gave up trying to memorize the order of ruling dynasties. We spent ...
... of raising Lazarus from the dead.
Moses picked us up in the bus again and then dropped us off at the Sanctuary of the Dominus Flevit in order for us to begin a hike down the Mount of Olives to Gethsemane. While at the Sanctuary, we read Matthew 24, which was the first half of the Olivet Discourse, and discussed views of the end time events it describes. Hiking further down the hill, we came to the Garden of Gethsemane. This was probably one of the ...
... amp; the taxi driver grabbed a 100 shekel bill out of my hand & pushed me out of his cab. Seriously???? I made my way back to Evette & found that what I had purchased were crutches for tiny people. Evette would have had to walk bent at a 90* angle to use these. What do we do now? Evette called her cousin & she sent a driver to help us. We returned the tiny crutches & he drove us to some back alley to an unmarked doorway & ...