Amirey Hagalil Boutique Hotel
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Next stop: Ma'ayan Herod
On the western portion of Mt Gilboa is a spring that is the site of where God chose the 300 men based on how they drank water. Here the lesson is to always be watchmen, not self absorbed for always looking, watching and waiting. (Ps 127v1) One plus God equals ...
... but it was
really difficult because of the mountain and they didn’t exactly have easy
access to it. The Romans showed up with 10,000 soldiers and made 10 camps
surrounding the mountain (you can still see the ‘camps’ today- square
formations of rocks. It is crazy to think these people lived on the mountain
and could just look down at 10,000 soldiers who wanted to kill them all!). On
the day the Romans were to attack, the Jews decided that they wanted to ...
- Masada is simply breathtaking, both the scale and the tragedy of so many who died there. CaCable car up which holds up to 70 people. Stephen walked/ran down the Snake path which took about 22 minutes. Roman encampment areas can still be seen from the top. The view extends over the Dead Sea and beyond to the hills of ...
... took a side route to see a fine example of a tomb from Jesus' era. It had been uncovered while a road was being built, so it's right at the side of the road. There's a large ruins at the Megiddo tel, with excavations still being made. It was a very strategic location for defense (and taxation) of a key trade route. A large gate there confirms the biblical claim that Solomon built one there like two others that he built. Also ...
... be the caboose so that we could make sure everyone survived in one piece. Jared also stayed back to go skinny dipping after the girls left--its an IBEX tradition for the guys to all go in every large body of water we come across. After an tough waterfall drop, almost everyone continued down the river bruised and battered while some also continued on foot due to flat tubes. Jamie, Jared, and I gave ours up or found them flat, so we continued on foot. The rest of the hike ...