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Hello. Mannnn........these days are tiring. We aren't doing much as in physical exercise (give me my movie in the office any day... Only joking) but hopping in and out the bus and having your ears ring by 4pm because of information overload and the very loud bus speaker. Believe it or not it's even wearing out the elite athlete that I am. Anyway another very full day with a visit to the Hermon and the Tel Dan streams which both contribute to ...
... waters of the Sea of Galilee..... Going out for dinner presented additional challenges, as most everything was closed for Rosh Hashanah. Just as we had given up and decided that McDonalds was our only option, we stumbled upon a lively market with tons of people and places to eat! Bruce tried the St Peter's fish, and suggests that with so little meat and so much bone, feeding even a few people with 2 fishes would indeed be a ...
... to Iron Age 1A). They have excavated down to the bedrock upon which the first temple had been built. They even found evidence of animal sacrifice. The earliest temple dated to 3000 BC. It's huge for its time and rather unusual. It rivals the large structures that we're starting to be built at that time in Egypt and Babylon. Lastly we saw a public grain silo from the time of Jeroboam II (8th century BC) and a ...
I wish that after one night of good sleep you were able to be caught up and fully awake the next day...but of course it can't happen like that. We took our sweet time getting ready this morning and began out day fairly late...at 9 o'clock we were finally out of the hostel. To begin the day we traveled up to the northern end of the Sea of Galilee to see several biblical sites which were right next to each other. Although we didn't actually do a whole lot, it was a very ...
... have little balconies . After lunch we drove to Bethlehem which is under Palestinian control and a Palestinian guide took over. We had to enter through a very ugly wall built quite recently after Hezbollah took over I think. Bethlehem tho built of the same coloured stone felt distinctly tacky and the church of the Nativity was even more bizarre. It is shared by at least three sects and the Greek Orthodox were holding a service when ...