Caesar Premier Hotel Tiberias
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The view of the Sea of Galilee is spectacular. The hotel is clean and the staff friendly.
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We were up early for s trip to Tel Dan in the far north of Israel, in the Golan region.Tel Dan is a region of bubbling springs and rushy creeks and lush woodland. The Dan River is a tributary of the Jordan River.
The excavation of Tel Dan began in 1966, and brought to light exactly, things and events described in the Bible! It was a ' …
Back in Tiberias we had to hussy to the wharf to meet our boat ready for our sunset cruise on the lake - the Sea of Galilee.
It was really past sunset, and more like Twilight Time the Platters used to sing about. Because it had been a fairly grey and cloudy day, there was no colourful sunset, nevertheless, the lake was peaceful and serene …
I know my blog isn't synchronised with the present day, but it's hard to catch up when we have so little time to blog.
So here we are, continuing our Sunday adventure......after lunch we met our guide who was going to take us on a jeep tour of the Golan Heights at a beautiful and prosperous kibbutz.
Ilan was just the right character …
Our first trip today was to Mount Tabor, driving through some different territory. From the top there was a panoramic view of the wide Valley of Jezreel. In Biblical times Israel gathered on Mt Tabor for the charge against Sisera's army in the days of Deborah. This time we had another Deborah and her followers/ tour group on the mountain.
... walked round it and up and down narrow staircases to different parts of the church owned or operated by different sects - Catholics , Armenians ?? How they ever manage to have a service The Lord indeed only knows! Once back in the streets we walked through the Moslem market to the Wailing Wall. This market was selling all kinds of foodstuffs - bread and fruit and sweets and also clothes and fabrics. Very vibrant and colourful but ...