Ein Gev Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we just don't like. Dad is doing pretty good at trying new things... no bacon here, though.. haha... I think he's missing that with his eggs! ;)
Tomorrow promises to be a more relaxing day. We are going to Masada and then will have the whole afternoon free to enjoy the pools here and the healing powers of the Dead Sea. Dad and I have massages scheduled after our tour. Looking forward to that!
Hope all is well at home. Love you guys!
... 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 ...
... and as one from whom men hide their faces he was despised, and we esteemed him not (Isaiah 53:2-3). Clearly the lowly town of Nazareth in Jesus day fit the bill. Second, Nazareth in Hebrew means branch. The Messiah was to be a branch from the kingly line of David as Isaiah prophesied, "There shall come forth a shoot from the stump of Jesse, and a branch from his roots shall bear fruit. And the Spirit of the Lord shall rest upon him, the Spirit ...
... big hunk of their basement, windowless and with very thick concrete walls, had been constructed to comply with the regulations. It was provisioned with several week’s worth of food and water, as well as mattresses and other essentials. Their entire family had hunkered down in this shelter during the Lebanese war of 2006. As they slept—or tried to—they could hear the Katyusha rockets screaming overhead on their way to Kiryat Shmona. ...
... to now and it was interesting to learn how the city was taken over by various ethnic groups over time - the Phoenicians, the Romans, the Jews, the Arabs and the crusaders. Each group rebuilt the city according to their own tastes and then finally it was destroyed in the 13th century and left in ruins until the late 19th century. The most impressive remaining structure is the Hippodrome where the chariot races were held. The day was pretty hot and humid, temperature ...