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... said they were all planted here years ago from Europe. As we made our way to Jerusalem each turn on the winding road brought gasps in the car. Stunning. All of Jerusalem is built using the same type of stone. An off white stone that lights up as the sun hits it. When we got to the market it was chaotic. Everyone was in a rush to get what they needed before sundown. A lot of places had already begun to close. There were so many people of various ages hanging out, having their last beer, ...
... states (and yes, I did look on their website for the name but it was not there . . )
We bought several bottles - which were all very good! All are now just a shell of their prior selves . . .i.e. empty bottles only. The Yarden Savigon Blanc, ...
... a recreation of a 1st century Israelite village, similar to the Nazareth where Jesus would have grown up. It is co-located with the Nazareth YMCA. This turned out to be a fantastic stop - one of our favorites. It was so much easier to picture "what it would have been like" this way, than trying to imagine a large cathedral out of the way. We learned a lot about life back then on a guide tour around the grounds. It was completely awesome for ...
... a sharp descend from Jerusalem to get there. We travelled on a highway amidst giant sand and rock dunes with little bits of plant life poking out. We saw Bedouins herding their sheep across the desert and some random camels plodding their way through the rocks.
Sho-Shee the camel (with owner) greets travelers at the "Sea Level" mark in the road. This makes for perfect picture-taking opportunity at 20-shekels a ride/photo shoot; after much encouragement, Nicole took a ...
... time' as our carriage back to Tel Aviv was waiting @10pm- arranged by Eli (a friend of his that lives nearby and is a 'Shabbas Goy' who only spoke Hebrew and Arabic - not so much conversation). At 130km on the highway we were back in Tel Aviv at lightening speed. Just enough time for me to write this update and the kids to have a quick shloof!!
We really have had yet another wonderful day and being with our Israeli family made it extra special! Shabbat shalom!