David Spa & Resort
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... la importancia del Tabernáculo y leemos acerca de el tantas veces. La presencia de Dios vivía en el tabernáculo y era el lugar donde el Sumo Sacerdote iba a ofrecer sacrificios por los pecados del pueblo de Israel. Estar aquí me hizo recordar a mi abuelita. Gracias a ellas conocí a Cristo y las primeras historias de la Biblia las oí de ella. Deseé que ella estuviese ahí conmigo, le hubiese encantado. Así que todas las fotos ...
... pools at the base of each waterfall offered welcome relief! We then went to the Dead Sea where Bruce checked off something on his bucket list - he floated! - Bromides evaporating into the air contribute to a relaxed feeling of well being and you breathe easier as there is 10% more oxygen in the air. Great way to de stress at the start of a ...
Before I show some more pictures first let me tell you about the black line that you will see. I can just see Mark cringing as I became somewhat obsessed about it. Anything you see below the black line is what the archaeologists actually found. What is above the black line is what was added to give us ...
Aw, last night was very special. We celebrated Shabbat with our wonderful guide Shraga. Shabbat is the Jewish sabbath. It starts at sunset on Friday. So Friday evening our bus driver dropped us off near the Old City. We found a nice place, benches, trees and of course a fantastic view of Jerusalem. A little while before sunset, we celebrated the Shabbat. The two Jewish ladies on our tour each lit 2 candles each and said the prayer ...
... went to my rival high school (proof it's a small world and Potomac is so Jewish), I met up with my father and we spent some time touring sites he hadn't seen for 30 years, namely Dizengoff Center and Square (essentially a large organized yard sale of other people's junk), Carmel Market (more junk, spice markets, farmer's markets, and butchers), and the most charming section of town, Old Jaffa. When a cab driver is left speechless after telling him you walked there from Tel ...