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... of Jesus and Peter. Here you can see Jesus's synagogue made with the basalt rock and the "newer" synagogue made with the white stone.
Lunchtime! We stopped at a restaurant near the Sea in Tiberias for fish! For dessert, fresh dates (not dried) they were delicious!
Next stop - the River Jordan! We stopped where the river exits the Sea of Galilee and heads towards the Dead Sea. Here, I put ...
... ache still existed. Upon packing up my stuff I headed out of the hotel and up down to the Sea of Galilee enjoying the serene people free morning. From then I grab a bus and went out of town to Tiberius YMCA to see the place and make a connection with them. I was delighted to a simple tuna fish sandwich breakfast and yummy mocha coffee and meet with the manger. The place was extraordinary, it lied right on sea ...
... amount of Capernaum has been excavated and you can see homes, communities, streets, and a synagogue.
We headed north into the Golan Heights and up an inactive volcano, the site of an inactive military bunker. From this high vantage point, we could see into Syria, Lebanon, and also to the Sea of Galilee. When looking into Syria, we heard some very loud blasts and were very aware of the unrest in that area. Also, ...
... help autonomous quadrocopter drones land on moving ocean vessels.
To finish the day we were guests at a special dinner party hosted by the Boston-Haifa connection and the group of Haifa teachers we were staying with. The party was hosted at a new boutique hotel in Haifa and featured a drumming lesson taught by a partner of the Boston-Haifa connection that brings music instruction into the early childhood classrooms.
The next morning a large ...
... situated in the grounds of the same church as Mary's house. The Church of the Annunciation itself is really beautiful, with three levels - a main level built around the remains of Mary's house, and an upper level with a full blown church for 3000. Both levels are adorned with mosaics of Mary submitted by probably 50 or so other countries which are pretty amazing. There is also a lower level which are the remains of the original Nazareth village, which was so small that they had ...