Amirey Hagalil Boutique Hotel
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... that leads to an underground spring outside the city. It was carved out of the rock in the Iron Age.
After this tour we said goodbye to all those headed home. I think no one was really prepared for it and I got a feeling of sudden loneliness, even though some friends are staying. Those of us remaining went out to dinner in Caesarea because all the close places are closed for Shabbat. We had some ...
Wake up 6:30. Ate some breakfast and heading to the border of Syria(golden heights) a really intense visit. Standing above the boarder of Syria literally listening to the sounds of civil war. Heard multiple missiles landing, gun shots, etc. then went and hiked around one of the first temples built outside of Jerusalem. It was interesting & had a lot of history. Then we went "kayaking" aka kinda rafting. ...
Originally Naor had a day planned for us but being Passover and an important family time, he and Gali had a special family lunch to go to with Gali's family.
As it turned out Micky said he would drive us up a bit further north to a beach town. As it turned out first he drove us up to the border with Lebanon for a look. The Rosh HaNikra crossing is where the remains of railway tunnels from the Cairo-Istanbul line used to run.
I travelled to the town of Galilee on Sunday the 9th of February. It was an amazing place full of history. I rode a horse with the tour group to the sea of Galilee. I couldn't believe how big the area was. The tour group and i got a boat around the sea and went fishing i caught a tristramella sacra fish. Im not a fisherman so I'm very proud of myself. Big long day on the boat and i was exhausted so went to bed quite early after supper. ...
... Mount, had closed all the gates. One was slightly ajar, but us meek spirits were too timid to open it. So we never got to mount the Mount.
The final stop on this Bible tour day was Chorazin (Chorazim, Corazin, or Korazim, depending on your druthers), again very close by. As you recall, Jesus performed “mighty works” here, but because the village rejected him it was cursed, along with the nearby towns of Bethsaida and ...