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... heading to Nazareth. We arrived at the first century Nazareth Village with 5 minutes to spare! This was to be a highlight, something we will long remember. In this busy town of 80,000 people, in the hustle and bustle of modern city life it is hard to visualise just what it would have been like in the days of the Lord... But this place 'the first century Nazareth Village' has replicated it exactly how it was back then.
We all trooped thru into ...
... the finish of the Old Testament . They were found in one of the caves in the mountains of Qumran in
After watching a film, we emerged into a reproduction 'cave' with displays concerning the scrolls, and outside there was more to look at outside, with the actual caves in the distance. with the aid of a plaque, we could pin out the scroll cave.
Through the dusty, windy desert we travelled onwards. We were awed by the ...
... of Tiberias along the lake. After a while, on the right we saw a commercialised baptising place on the Jordan River. NOT where Jesus was baptised. Also we went past Deganya Kibbutz which was probably the first in Israel. It was established in 1910. Then we came to the place where the Jordan River flows out of the Sea of Galilee, all the way down south to the Dead Sea.
The hills of Jordan were on our left as we travelled down the ...
... at the foot of the hill it is built on. Once again, we found a Cardo and a Decumanus criss-crossing the city. There were also some really fantastic mosaics that were finely constructed with great colors and tiny pieces of stone that allowed for great detail. The Crusader Citadel at the top of the site is, in Chris's words, a building that epitomizes "white trash." It was built with Herodian stones, Hasmonean stones, Byzantine stones, Crusader stones, ...
We got off to a slow start, as we found virtually everything closed for the second day of Rosh Hashana. No gas stations, no coffee shops. We wondered if Jesus had to feed the multitudes with 5 loaves and 2 fishes because everything was closed for a Jewish holiday :). Even the Chinese restaurant we planned to eat at for dinner was kosher, and thus not open. Oy vay! Alas, we finally found fuel for the body and the car, and headed out to feed the soul. First stop was ...