Amirey Hagalil Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... an imminent invasion very soon. Stay tuned, and we will put our ear to the dust and make an update tomorrow.
Arriving at Capernaum the first thing we noticed was the contrast of the stones to the 'pure' white limestone that was everywhere in Jerusalem. Here in Capernaum in Galilee of the Gentiles, all the stones are black basalt!
This was a very special town, a centre from where the Lord taught. So many events occurred in ...
... the promised land... But... Because members of the nation complained, they had to endure another 38 years (13,870 days) of back in the dust, heat, dreadful conditions... and there is no complaint recorded! We looked around, at this treeless, deserted, dry dusty desert and wondered what our reaction would have been if we were subjected to another 13870 days of this...all because of them!
What great examples!... Even though they were to spend half their lifetime stuck in ...
... would have been located. Lesson: don't let anything take us away from our inheritance!
Home before 7pm today! Hurray! :)
Someone saw scorpions outside our rooms yesterday! People left their shoes outside their rooms to dry.. Not a good idea because of the critters ... And because the dogs used them as play things throughout the night! :) one is the workers walked around and tried to find them for everyone!
-- Becky Elliot
... his efficiency and graciousness selling tickets suffered. Not every ticket seller or cashier was as brusque as he was, but it wasn’t atypical in Israel either. It isn’t rudeness as much as it is a distraction from the web of social interactions & boundless conversations that form an unending ocean through which visitors must row their own boats.
We were joined in our car by a Palestinian teacher leading a school trip from the West ...
... s because St Francis actually came on one of the Crusades (third maybe), met with Saladin and impressed him greatly. We drove past the site where Saladin defeated the Crusaders in 1187 thereby ending their control of the Holy Land. Because of the impression that St Francis had made on him though, he allowed his followers to continue with their churches. Now, if that's not correct, I'm sure there's a Franciscan somewhere who can set me straight and I'll print ...