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... indeed. We were most impressed by the hotel, which occupies a 100m or so stretch of the beachfront, and has a pool, spa, sauna, private beach, outdoor bar and everything else one requires for a luxurious relaxing holiday. It has a nice comfortable feel to it and, as already mentioned, we had the place pretty much to ourselves. Then came dinner. First it must be said that the Rimonim hotel chain managed to redeem itself very well for the inconvenience caused to us by ...
... off one of the visiting Israeli soldier's hotspots. Speaking of which, Raz got a phone call for the reserves today and is supposed to report back to the military tomorrow. Since we've been here at the tent, we've seen several fighter jets and helicopters flight north overhead (I think north? I have no idea). I've heard vague details about what is going on in Gaza, but I've been so disconnected that I'm really not up to par. Zack has been keeping us informed here ...
... not place its actual location. She had been there before when she was tour guide for another friend previously. We were on our way back to the hotel from Capharnaum when we spied several tour buses not far from our first stop at Tabgha. Luckily, we had found the Church of Primacy of Peter (where he was reinstated). Like the early church upon which this modern chapel stands, a large portion of the 'table of Christ' (Latin, 'Mensa ...
... of colorful pattern cloth to support the family. The olive press and processing house shines as the center of economic activity in old Nazareth, which is fitting considering the countryside around Nazareth is covered with them. Last but most important of all is the synagogue, which was the place of Jewish identity in the village. The beginning of wisdom is the fear of the ...
... us all inside, and the dome shape of the church meant that the sound was lovely and echoed all around the site.
A journey north for about 30 minutes took us into the Golan Heights, and to the border with Syria. It seemed all peaceful, considering the current situation, but we were assured that the UN peacekeepers who literally straddled the border on the road below us were on high alert, and the Israeli surveillance post behind us was watching our ...