Ein Gedi Resort Hotel
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Now that everyone is home, I wanted to share with you the video I put together for the delegation that we showed our last night together in the Dead Sea.
It was an honor travelling and experiencing the last 2 weeks with your children and I hope that they are starting to share with you the stories and experiences that they had.
... Race." Benjy explained that their work at Beit Issie shows how we as a people have thrived since that time--that not only did we survive, but through work such as this, we are actively making the world a better place for ALL people who are perceived as different, that we are building a world where people embrace one another across differences.
... during the second Temple Period. ( 1:50 scale) It is a reconstruction of the topography and architectural character of the city as it was prior to its destruction by the Romans in 66 C.E. • we also saw " The Shrine of the Book " which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls,the oldest biblical manuscripts in the world, discovered in 11 caves between 1947 and 1956 near Khirbet Qumran on the N/W shores of the Dead Sea.Approximately ...
... that it wasn't a Franciscan place and I said that I thought it was. Later I found a sign and in the fine print read it belongs to the Franciscan sisters! Since it was Sunday night we celebrated Eucharist in a gathering area a little below the church and closer to the lake. I heard someone talk about million dollar views! As dusk started to fall and the lights came on it looked even more magical. I've just checked it out after dinner and the blaze of light from Tiberias, the ...
... with crutches. The driver then took us to the Eucalyptus restaurant where we were meeting the rest of our group for our farewell dinner. When we arrived, we saw that there were about 87 steps down to the restaurant. Could this day BE any crazier??? So right here, at the curb, I had to say goodbye & leave Evette on her own for the next 10 days. The driver then drove her off to the hotel where she would be staying with the other Recon Rabbis. I ...