Dan Gardens Haifa
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- Continental Breakfast
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... fishers of men etc.) I tried walking on the water but had no luck.
We continued along the shore of the sea to Caparneum where Jesus lived during the last years of his life. As it was the Passover holiday the shore was lined with tents as thousands of people were camping for the weekend. Tents were springing up any place people could find the space. And the Sea of Gallilee was not teeming with fishing boats but ...
... of years ago, I was called upon once again as the only Brit to defend the sanctity of the Jaffa Cake. This was a daunting task for which empty words could not give enough credit.
Later that day I took another stroll in Florentine which was the surrounding area. Up to this point I had had hummus every meal...including breakfast.
The next day I spent in the north of Tel Aviv where I had my first meal with ...
... BCE ) ,replacing a earlier structure constructed by Jereboam son of Nabat in the 10 th century BCE. Aharon seated us nearby and explained the dividing of the kingdom after Solomoms' death into ten tribes in the north under Jereboam, ( Israel ) and the remaining two tribes under Rheaboam ( Judah ). • Leaving this place we reached a Canaanite gate, "Gate of the Three Arches".This gate was approached on ...
... restaurant that specializes in the famous St Peter's Fish. Caught in the Sea of Galilee, it is a type of tilapia. Next we went to Tabgha, the site of the Church of the Multiplication. This is the site where Jesus miraculously multiplied 2 fishes and 5 loaves to feed the crowds. There is a 5th C mosaic floor depicting the fishes and loaves (in front of the alter). Also flora and birds, and strangely a Nilometer, a column used for measuring the flood level of the ...
Our car was this cute little red thing that I have never heard of . . .a Citgo Skoda? After driving in it for a week I decided to look it up. Sadly it's not in the US (probably because it gets around 63mpg) and is a gas engine. It really was roomy and quite ...