Ein Gev Holiday Resort
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... Catholics trying to convert muslim pilgrims outside a significant mosque, the outcome wouldn't be peaceful.
Then, it was a big rush to get to lunch with Iris and Yaron (but not before a quick stop for more kunefe). This time, we didn't think it was as good as yesterday, but it was still yummy. The traffic was awful leaving Nazareth. It looks like the road infrastructure hasn't been able to keep up with the mass migrations ...
... not ask if I knew him.
On we ventured to Tiberias, which is on the Sea of Galilee (aka Lake Kinneret). Tiberias is mentioned in the new testament. We walked through the old cemetery, which has graves in place that are over 1,000 years old. Drove south and showed F&S Annette's old army base, which is next to Kibbutz Degania Alef. It is still there, but closed and falling apart. Stopped at the Jordan River to show them where people get baptised ...
... But we continued north, on the road less traveled, which now paralleled the River Jordan. We passed by Jericho and soon were deep into the Palestinian West Bank. We were told that there was nothing to worry about: this area is sparsely populated and under firm Israeli control. Nonetheless, people added, it was probably better not to stop for any reason until we returned to Israel proper, just south of Beit She’an. Talk about a mixed ...
... climb up to the bar and gave them personalized t-shirts and hats. The kids looked like they wanted to be anywhere but there though, especially all the 13 year old boys. Jake did a good job of trying to make the most of it but even he gave up after a few minutes. Erick and Daisy also arrived safe and sound in Tel Aviv tonight and we're meeting up with them ...
... our hotel afterward, which is right on the shores of Galilee. Its amazing to be here and think that this is where christ asked his disciples to "come folow me", performed miracles, and taught pure doctrines of salvation.
This trip has been lifechanging. But I cant wait to get back to my kids. AndmI'm especially grateful to everyone who has so generously cared for our children so that we could gomon this very special ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking