Ein Gev Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Hello. Mannnn........these days are tiring. We aren't doing much as in physical exercise (give me my movie in the office any day... Only joking) but hopping in and out the bus and having your ears ring by 4pm because of information overload and the very loud bus speaker. Believe it or not it's even wearing out the elite athlete that I am. Anyway another very full day with a visit to the Hermon and the Tel Dan streams which both contribute to ...
... of the group at the bus. All in all, it was a fun day filled with adventure, and we were all ready for a good night's sleep afterward. Thankfully, the beach was open to all, and I continued my hammocking experience.
Day 7 in Galilee marked the beginning of the end. We spent the morning first reviewing the life of Christ, and then hiking down the lower Jordan River to a good spot for diving in. Bill took us up to the foothills of Hippus, a well-preserved Roman ...
... taken by Muslims in 1184 AD. Although the fortress was beautiful architecturally, it was the view that got me. One could see the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan River Valley, almost down south in the valley as far as the Dead Sea. It was incredible. But not the most memorable moment. What takes the cake is this: a fox ran into me. I was entering an area through a threshold right as someone said, "There's ...
... old girl who was baptized as an infant but has just recently been interested in and studying her Bible and realizing that Jesus was her Savior. Another bus had a whole family of 8 (mom, dad, and 6 children some of whom were adopted). It didn't seem as meaningful to us as it seemed they were doing it as more of a slovenlier to say they were baptized as a family (they had ...
... just what to order. After establishing that we both liked hot peppers, we put the ordering totally in his hands. The restaurant was a simple, lively place, and the food lived up to its promise. Can’t get enough of that Israeli falafel!
Then we drove a short distance back north to K’far Giladi. Though he no longer lived there, this was still where Yuval worked, doing IT for a construction company based on the kibbutz. He gave us a ...