Ein Gedi Resort Hotel
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We had to be up early this morning to load our belongings back on the bus. They served us a buffet breakfast and we left around 8.15am. Meir our new guide met us and introduced himself on the bus. Meir has a young family (5 children) and has guided a number of other Christadelphians.
On arrival at Massada it was already hot, but we split into two groups – one group left with Meir to climb the snake trail ...
... used and it seems like
most of the trade was conducted underground since the temperature was
much more consistent and definitely cooler. The temperature about ground
in the summer would be about 90 degrees, but it is in the mid-70’s all
the time in the caves.
While we were digging and sifting through the dirt I identified 4
pieces of pottery as did a number of other people. One person found a
small bone, which was probably the head of a ...
... a great harbour, build a Roman temple in honour of Octavius/Augustus and a marvellous palace for himself right on the foreshore. Construction was completed in twelve years about 10 BCE and after that it was a prosperous port city and the capital of the region. After Herod's death though things started to go downhill. Earthquakes over the centuries caused damage to the harbour so that eventually it ceased to function as a port. Before that though, the Roman ...
... site visits I have been on so far. Remembering Jesus' suffering as he anticipated the torture of the cross and the resolve he exerted for the purpose of following His Father's Will was incredible. Just as a side-note, the trees in the Garden of Gethsemane cannot possibly be the same trees that were growing when Jesus was in the garden because Emperor Titus claims that he cut down all the trees within a 10 mile radius of Jerusalem when he besieged the city.
... institutions in Palestine and that dialogue between Palestinians and Israelis is essential in achieving peace.
"On the Palestinian side, many institutions need to be strengthened to enable Palestinian society to participate in a real peace process that involves every sector of Palestinian society"
We then ended our evening by walking (Evette took a taxi) to Touro, a new restaurant near the Montefiore windmill for dinner. A lovely end to our ...