Art Gallery Hotel Haifa
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It all looked like something Joyce and I had seen along the DMZ in South Korea, or even in Berlin during the Cold War.
As we passed a side road, I noticed a big sign in English, Hebrew and Arabic at a security checkpoint. “This road leads to Palestinian village. The entrance for Israeli citizens is dangerous.”
It was really depressing. At the same time, recent history has shown it to ...
... fishers of men etc.) I tried walking on the water but had no luck.
We continued along the shore of the sea to Caparneum where Jesus lived during the last years of his life. As it was the Passover holiday the shore was lined with tents as thousands of people were camping for the weekend. Tents were springing up any place people could find the space. And the Sea of Gallilee was not teeming with fishing boats but ...
... sites on the Jordan River, the large emporium at Yardenit, in which Christian pilgrims choose to be baptized, in whichever way their tradition says, in the water of the same river that Jesus used for baptism. It is no doubt a powerful experience for many of them, but I suspect a more popular destination in summer than in February.
Yardenit is a very interesting place, where the waters of the smallish Jordan River—neither deep nor wide, in ...
... of years ago, I was called upon once again as the only Brit to defend the sanctity of the Jaffa Cake. This was a daunting task for which empty words could not give enough credit.
Later that day I took another stroll in Florentine which was the surrounding area. Up to this point I had had hummus every meal...including breakfast.
The next day I spent in the north of Tel Aviv where I had my first meal with ...
... church, a Byzantine church and ancient cave which some consider the home of Mary. When the Franciscan's bought this property in the 1700's they had no idea that when the digging would begin in the 20th century, they would uncover a cave that has etchings that mention Mary. Rather spooky. These caves were probably below a house and held silos for grain, water reservoir, animals etc. The grotto is in the lower church. In this Basilica were many mosaics ...