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Hi Blog Travelers,
Well I'm sorry, I fell down on the job last night. We got in late, and I fell asleep before I got an entry done. It's 6am for us here right now, but I have a little time before breakfast and our last day of touring in the Galilee area before we go to Jerusalem, so I thought I would quickly let you know what we did and show you some pics, and then I'll be back non track tonight.
Day 5, we woke up and headed ...
... time during which Jesus is said to have preached, taught, and done his work was a total of just three years, most of it spent in the Galilee. In the Gospels we learn of his birth, there is one incident in his boyhood, and then the story picks up when he is 30 and he dies three years later. Except for his final, fateful journey to Jerusalem he was here. So I visited Nazareth, Mt. Tabor, the Mt. of Beatitudes and Capernaum, the archeological site of Migdal, ...
... one side to the other (most of the city anyway). After wondering through the souq I came to my hostel, the Fauzi Azar. This is a beautiful hostel in a 2nd Century building (I believe). My time here has been absolutely incredible: the hostel provided treats, towels and tours all free of charge alongside a huge breakfast spread. As many people who know me will understand, there are certain fast-tracks to my soft, gooey heart: free things and food. Now ...
... The water was a bit chilly, but not too bad. Cousin Merv was
the first to start floating on his back, then my brother joined in and
then Drew and the gang was floating. A number of us went to the inside
heated pool and I spent the next 45 minutes in a semi-comatose state
just enjoying floating in the warm water. It ...
... to Tzafet (Safed), Brian decided to act on Gil's recommendation to visit Nazareth, which was more or less en route. While it is now an Arab city, it contains many places sacred to devout Christians. Gil particularly recommended we see the Shrine Basilica of the Annunciation, which is the place where people believe Mary received the good news from the Angel Gabriel that she was to become the mother of Jesus. Now, Nazareth may have been a small town in those days, but it ...
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