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- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... amongst the grass, wildflowers and olive trees on a hillside.
A carpenter, a craftslady, and even a watchman in a tower at the top of the little hill. Our guide was a very handsome young man called Majd, and he was very good.
We spent ages driving around Nazareth trying to find a precipice for Pam, which she thought might be the one that Jesus was in danger of being thrown over. We couldn't find it, but had ...
... the time we got home late, all of us were ready for bed.
Today is moving day. This morning we are packing up, hard to believe Annette and I have been here a month already, and driving south to Jerusalem. Our apartment is right next door to the Machane Yehuda market. It will be exciting to go each morning and battle the little old ladies for our morning bread. Tomorrow we head to the Dead Sea for the day. Bye for now.
... decided to take Route 90 up through the West Bank as it is shorter / faster / cheaper than Route 6 -- and far more scenic. It's a little bit hard to explain, because the highways and open spaces are still mostly Israeli controlled over there - it's just the cities that you cannot go into. (Go read about Areas A/B/C.) Still, it felt a little strange to be driving past the huge wall built on the east side of Jerusalem and out into the desolation of ...
... the root word of salinity and even salary.
The views from the top, which we arrived at by cable cat, were breathtaking. You could see for miles. There are remains of the various structures on the mountain top, including: bath houses, storerooms, synagogue, Herod's palace (which he never even visited), cisterns, quarry, and many more. Romans loved luxury and this place sparred no expense. The intricacies of the bath houses for example were amazing: with ...
... we could see Jordan.
Our first stop in Safed was to the artist colony. We got to walk through many artist shops and we visited the oldest synagog.
We then crossed a very narrow part of the Jordan River and ascended to the Golan Heights. We have always wanted to see the Golan Heights, and now we have done that. It is beautiful country.
We stopped at a Kibbutz which is a communal. This ...