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... River. We continued onto the Lebanese and Syrian borders which we only viewed from a short distance. Along the way we would sit and be taught by our tour guide about the history of the area and what it would have been like in biblical times and how today's events have so much importance to God's plan and return. I must admit it's very exciting yet frightening for even our generation I think or the next to come. Deep hey. One of the highlights ...
... that leads to an underground spring outside the city. It was carved out of the rock in the Iron Age.
After this tour we said goodbye to all those headed home. I think no one was really prepared for it and I got a feeling of sudden loneliness, even though some friends are staying. Those of us remaining went out to dinner in Caesarea because all the close places are closed for Shabbat. We had some ...
... relaxing morning spent praying and reflecting at each of these significant spots. Also, over each spot where Jesus was thought to have performed an action, a church is built over the top to commemorate it. First, it was the Mount of Beatitudes, where Jesus gave his famous sermon on the mount. Next, to where he fed the 5000 with the five loaves and two fish. In this church, the rock where Jesus was thought to lay the food as he consecrated it and gave thanks lays ...
... They had a sort of holy policeman who shouted at us to stand here or there depending on his mood and really it was most unpleasant. Yet our guide says that the people of Bethlehem rely on tourism as it is the only industry they have. Part of the church is a catholic one dedicated to St Catherine ( of wheel fame) but they wouldn't let us in there either. These places are always busy but Easter unusually falls at the same time ...
... with an Arab suq. Spice stores, fresh fish and meat shops, and juice stands offering the best pomegranate juice were just some of the offerings. On to Haifa where we stopped at the B'hai Temple and gardens - we cover all religions on this tour. The gardens are built on a very steep slope, 350 meters long, at a 45 degree slope, at least. Can't imagine working that garden and not having dead knees and thighs by the end ...