Dona Gracia Hotel
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... tour of the back streets of Nazareth!
After lunch we were on our way to Caesarea, on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. We even drove over the Plain of Sharon! It was very windy and the waves were crashing and spraying into the air. We first visited the amphitheatre, which was fascinating and is still used. It has been beautifully restored. In Israel virually everything is made of stone, and I do like the look of it. ...
... displayed an old tombstone from 1279. We then wandered around along the waterfront and back into town. Had to stop and have a felafel. So good.
The day was waning on and we all were starting to tire. On we went back to Haifa, and stopped at the supermarket to stock up on some goodies, especially another 6 bottles of vino. Back to the apartment, and enjoyed talking about our day. Sarah and Annette got some ...
... It literally feels like you leave the modest greenery of Jerusalem, drive past the checkpoint, and then suddenly it's just rock.
We turned south on 90 for a few miles, in order to catch a glimpse of the Dead Sea. We were headed north, so we didn't get to spend any time there. And in particular, we couldn't find any access road to the Sea, so we never got to touch it. But it was cool to see it.
Driving through West Bank is ...
... Golan, where there is a chocolate factory and store. There are tours, but unfortunately none were running when we were there, so we made a few quick purchases and moved on. Driving up the eastern edge of the Golan, one looks out to the east, over Syria. It looked peaceful enough where we were; looking at the map later, we observed that the trip from Tiberias to northern Golan took us halfway to Damascus. Making our way north, we stopped for lunch in Mas'ade, ...
... Peter's home and surrounding village where there are still a lot of remains. It was then on to Capernaum for lunch where we dined on fish from the Sea of Galilee and lots of yummy salads. In the afternoon we headed up the Golan Heights climbing about 1,000m and passing lands that are full of land mines as protection in case the Syrians attack again. The view from the top down into Syria was amazing and Mark showed us the notional border and no mans land between the ...