Dan Gardens Haifa
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... like cup of noodles/ramen kind) but came to find that there wasn't any flavoring on them, they were awfully bland. But this meal cost us about 75 shekels so I guess things are just a little more expensive then we thought. After a long day we called it a night and got back to the hotel after 8pm and cooked our noodles, one pack at a time and watched Switzerland beat Ecuador in the world cup.
Today we were heading to the Baha'i gardens. ...
... s now based in Israel but 3 of its 5 million members are in the USA.
We then drive east to Nazareth. On the way we stop at the home of our tour guide, Shraga. He lives in a shabas (sp?). It's like a planned community outside of Nazareth. We met his wife who is originally from NYC and one of his two sons. Very nice family. They served us mint tea from their garden and peaches and apricots from their trees.
... where we stopped to see a view of the whole old city. Luckily we got back to the hotel at an early time so that we could shower, eat , and again sleep. It was a pretty easy day but considering how draining the past week has been it was exactly want we all needed. It feels so amazing to be back in Israel. Everyone is so happy and so excited. It is a completely different feel from last week but also such a perfect switch. I can't wait to explore and experience Israel again with my friends!
Having arrived in Haifa 4 hours late we set off on our tour excursion to Jerusalem, not sure what we really expected from Israel but it all looks very modern, clean and thriving. It was a 2 hour drive to Jerusalem on good fast roads in a decent coach and as it was a 10 hour excursion it made the difference. We went to The old city situated 2005 feet above sea level and to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre built upon ...
... Josh's ancestors and one of Vivianne's ancestors could have sat next to each other at a chariot race. Maybe shared "popcorn" and over time their descendants migrated to Eastern Europe and Spain/South America until we met in the US 2,000 years later. Makes you think! Next on to Tel Aviv where we're meeting Erick and Daisy for the rest of the afternoon and Shabbat dinner in the ...