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Travel Blogs from Galilee
... include a pic of the table of ladies who EACH ordered a massive salad, not knowing they were really a "for two" size. Great food though.
After lunch we took a tour of the historic and functioning Hurva Synagogue (which literally means the "Ruin" Synagogue as it has been in ruins several times for centuries), which was only reopened in the 2000's. It an interesting history... if you're so inclined, Google it and read all about ...
... kibbutz. I sat next to an Israeli
named Ofir who told me he wanted to practice speaking English better and
confessed he was a bit concerned about his inability to do so. I offered to
help him but unfortunately we went through a tunnel as soon as I said that and
I was asleep when we came out (naps will be a theme of this trip). We stopped
at this ancient city called Tiberius which was absolutely ...
... shabbat candles we bring the light in into our face and then when we remove our hands we radiate light out to everyone. with our ears we need to not listen to gossip, or look up on bad things with our eyes - with our nose we need to breathe deeply and not let our anger get the better of us. We took a tour of the mikvah - the only one in the Galil with a fully functioning handicap accessible facility. It was so incredible the equipment they have ...
... reason for our journey here is because of the well known six day war. We thought this to be an important place to visit because of the influence that the Soviet Union had on this historic event. Specifically, the war stemmed from Egypt's decision to expel United Nations troops from the Sinai peninsula and blockade Israeli port of Eilat, under international law a casus belli (act of war) in addition to hostile Arab ...
... with children often "caged" in cribs and playpens, these facilities fell short of all modern-day Israeli standards.
The most devastating information learn here was that families were being separated due to abusive employment policies and the affects on the remaining family member remaining in Israel is epic.
What can be done to