Amirey Hagalil Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We started the day with a baptism service at the Sea of Galilee. Was so special and beautiful (I know, I have been using "beautiful" to describe everything. I should check a dictionary to find a synonym, haha). After leaving Galilee area we stopped at Bet She' An, which is now a National Park. But many centuries ago was the capital of Decapolis. It was a Greek/Roman town. It's impressive how big it was and from the ruins you can tell how pretty it was ...
... Ice Cream in pint size and each bought one for the cheap price of 10 NIS--less than the price of one solitary bar back at the Yad Hashmonah lounge! It was chocolate and hazelnut frozen to perfection.
The short afternoon was composed of visiting an ancient boat and then riding a modern ferry. The Ginosar was found in the 1980s, painstakingly excavated, and mummified in wax to preserve it. The boat probably dates to the time of Christ of within a century or ...
... It wasn't to be; they were prepared to have us use their grounds but we were not permitted to swim. Rodney reckons it was an OHS issue as they didn't have a lifeguard on duty. (That surprised me because I had assumed that OHS wasn't such a big concern here.) Anyway I was happy to sit around and read a book. One of our group is an American called George and is a lovely bloke. I overheard him telling his story the other day but didn't catch it all so I got him to fill ...
... which dated to early 1C AD...the same time that Jesus was hanging around a bunch of fishermen at Capernaum. Pretty cool. There is a small but lovely beach, here and the air is.....soft...there is no other way to describe it.after a delicious and plentiful supper ( they raise all their own food here), I walked down to the dock where I re bear getting on the boat that took us out on the lake the last time I was here. The sun was setting behind me casting a ...
... the Mediterranean is 4%; the Dead Sea is 37% salt concentration. Yikes! It is certainly "dead" looking; no water movement, waves, ripples--nothing. I waded a bit in it tonight after we took a 10 minute walk to a little mall with Fred and Barb. The food at this hotel is even better than at our previous one. After visiting multiple European countries and now Israel, we are growing to appreciate more ethnic foods. There are some here, ...