Ein Gev Holiday Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... making connections either through public transportation or hitchhiking. We all really sympathized with him for his hot and dusty journey.
I was somewhat disappointed in the Mount of Beatitudes Guesthouse this time. Not because of the facility itself but because it was too hot to enjoy its beautiful, serene grounds. Plus our AC was really anemic--only getting the room to 86 degrees after many hours. And we could not hold ...
... you are an Arab, and there in no 'p' in Arabic, it became known as Banias). and heads into the Jordan.
Stopping at a Lebanese restaurant we all slurped down an icecream, (much to Jude's delight) before heading to the Banias Stream.
The Lord paused at this place on his way to Mt Hermon, where the Transfiguration occurred. It is 40kms north of the Sea of Galilee.
This city is built near the Banias spring ...
... the inner practices and theology. But all come and pray together, and this is their most important shrine.
Unfortunately, just as I entered the large parking lot at Nebi Shu’ayb the gas gauge on my rental car suddenly plunged and the fuel light came on. It was a problem to worry about after seeing Jethro the Prophet’s place…
I should note that Israelis, and those American Jews who know much about the Druze, ...
... overlaps between them. Many of their miracles like multiplying bread during famines to feed people, raising the dead, and healing foreign lepers bear striking similarities.
I think the most impressive ruin we have seen to date is the one in Beth-She'an, a city further down the Harod Valley from Jezreel on the way to the Jordan Rift. Also known as Skitopolis to those of the New Testament Era or today as Tell Husan, it lay buried for centuries ...
... to take people on a tour of the kibbutz. We spent a pleasant hour or so there taking in the atmosphere of the place. We then drove on, taking a couple of sightseeing diversions before completing the full circuit. It was still quite warm when we got back to the hotel around 3.30pm, and there was a very inviting pool specially set up for people like us. It had everything one could hope for in a resort-style place. Wandering down to the pool in our big fluffy bathrobes ...