Amirey Hagalil Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... initial culture shock since coming to IBEX. It was tough to get any sleep; however, that might have been partially due to the fact that we all sat together in the back of the bus where it bounces the most. 42 stops later, Egged bus 961 pulled into the CBS at Beit She'an. Our first and highest priority was getting to a restroom. This goal was met at the Greg Cafe--where Aubrea and Lindsey decided to share a Sangria. Lindsey claimed that it was "five ...
... thoroughly enjoyed the fun. The water was the perfect temperature, and the tree grew up high enough to allow for some fun free-falling.
Once we got back to the En Gev Holiday Resort, we met back up at the Sea of Galilee to watch Bill baptize James, Amber, and Lizzie. James had been baptized before he was truly converted and walking with the Lord, and it was the first time for both Amber and Lizzie. It was great to hear their abbreviated testimonies. Later in ...
... we went to the Western Wall to pray. We saw hoards of people saying afternoon prayers and welcoming Shabbat (sabbath) with singing and dancing. It was an indescribable experience. We were invited to celebrate Shabbat dinner with a young host family which was also a memorable experience. Dinner included many songs, prayers and rituals and the family was so warm and welcoming. We will be in Jerusalem and the surrounding area for the remainder of the ...
... view of the Golan Heights and Sea of Galilee. We climbed down the cliff face on a nature trail, passing by ancient dwellings built into the cliffs. These dwellings served as a fortress for Jewish rebels fighting the Romans. To defeat them, the Romans had to scale the cliff face from the top using ropes.
From here we drove to a 5th century synagogue that has a mosaic depicting the zodiac. It's called Bet ...
... about him spread through the whole of Judea and all the surrounding country.
Jesus must have had some really worn out feet from all the traveling he was doing from village to village. When he arrived in the village of Nain he had just taken the journey from Capernaum, where he had just healed the centurions ...