C Hotels Tiberias
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... elsewhere. Tourist information was difficult to come by, but the girl at the hotel desk half-heartedly marked out a couple of possible places for us on our tourist map. The first of these was En Gev, directly across the the Sea from Tiberias. It turned out to be a very pleasant kibbutz which seemed tp have diversified from basic agriculture into fishing and tourism. It had several large restaurants overlooking the water, ran boat cruises and even had a ...
... s house). It is believed this was where Jesus lived for awhile when he left Nazareth. He recruited some of his followers here, including Peter. A new octagonal church sits suspended over the original octagonal church (and Peter's house). There were also ruins of a large synagogue and a statue of St Peter.
Iris was adamant that there was another church nearby with lovely grounds situated on the shore of the Sea of Galilee but ...
... called the Baha'i Gardens.
We then drove to Akko, another costal town. This city houses a crusader fortress and also a Templar tunnel, both found underground. In the 20th century, the British unknowingly built a prison on top of the crusader fortress. An escaping prisoner found tunnels beneath the prison and realized that there had to have been ruins underneath, and they subsequently discovered ...
... The men and many women (in a separate area) go on to services which welcome the Shabbat. The services are all in Hebrew and consist of ritual song and prayer until the sun has fully set.
We were both honored to be included in the services to experience the ceremony. The service Nicole visited had a wooden screen up to separate the men and women in the room. The men led the service in prayers and song and the women followed along. Even through 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 ...