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... a dip in a 500 year old mikvah located nearby. Following the mikvah programs, we enjoyed lunch and shopping time in the galleries and stores of Tzfat. Next, we checked into the hotel to rest and prepare for Shabbat!
Friday evening we met in our small "family groups," which each consist of five teens and one staff member, to plan one segment of our Shabbat experience. Yarden's group organized the first part of our Shabbat, which included teens ...
Views of the valley from the Carmelite monastery were spectacular but very hazy. We suspect that the sand that blows in from the desert makes everything dusty.
Then it was a drive up to the Lebanese border to Rosh Hanikra (Head of the Grotto) where we took a cable car down the cliffside to the chalky limestone grottos below. What a spectacular sight! It reminded me of the blue grotto in Capri except we weren't in boats.
The ancient port of ...
since there's really not much to do in haifa outside of marveling at the views, we took the opportunity for a day trip to akko, also known as akka in Arabic or acre in English. the bus is a local bus that takes about 2 hours for the 23 km trip, and the train is a 30 minute walk from the station to the old town, so we went by taxi. the hotel said it would cost 200 NIS, ...
... Bet Shran which was the capital of the Decropolis (we were at another one this morning). This was the town where they hung the body of Saul after he was killed by the Philistines. The town was a amazing escape of a Roman city with a well reconstructed bath house.
Age thus we drove North to Tiberus where we will sleep for the next 4 nights. It is on the sea of gallerri. Tomorrow we are off to the north of Gallerie to the Golan Heighs ...
... outside of Nahariya, which offered a wonderful israeli breakfast. Too bad they did not give me good directions. We got there fine, but drove around and around inside, and no one could direct us to the the guest house. So, we went to plan B, and headed into Nahariya and went for brunch at Penguin restaurant. It has been there on the main drag since 1940. Annette remembers going there 40 years ago, and they had the best ...