Ein Gev Holiday Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of Jesus and Peter. Here you can see Jesus's synagogue made with the basalt rock and the "newer" synagogue made with the white stone.
Lunchtime! We stopped at a restaurant near the Sea in Tiberias for fish! For dessert, fresh dates (not dried) they were delicious!
Next stop - the River Jordan! We stopped where the river exits the Sea of Galilee and heads towards the Dead Sea. Here, I put ...
... there. During the time of King Ahab many public buildings, a water system and fortress were built there. Unfortunately, we only got a few minutes there, so I will definitely be returning to see the rest someday.
Before going to our hotel we stopped at a cliff overlooking the Sea of Galilee. The view was beautiful but the wind was malicious. We've settled in here now, and hopefully this will be a good place to wait out the storm. ...
... of stuff to impress Caesar during the reign of the Roman Empire, and he left behind a great city. I would write more about him but I don't have a lot of time right now. I had a great time putting my feet in the waters of the Mediterranean though!! We got into our hotel, Hotel Eden, in Tiberias yesterday night. It has A/C and decent accommodations, and I'm rooming with two guys who are nice (Jared from Danville - Bar Mitzvah w/ Rabbi Dan; and Zane, ...
... My soul kept soaking up the Word as my skin soaked up the warmth of the sun.
In the goodness of God, God the Holy Spirit was preparing to give a reason for the hope that I had with gentleness and respect. The divine appointment or providential encounter came in the form of Kate asking me to take a picture of her before the Church of the Beatitudes. She asked if she could take a picture for me and of course I consented, and so began ...
... feature is the 70 metre long tunnel carved out of rock some 36 meters underground that tapped the source of the spring that watered the city, which until then was outside the city walls, and therefore vulnerable to enemy sieges. Almost 200 steps were needed to get down into it.
We had lunch at a kibbutz in Megiddo. Far from a poor self-sufficient community, it's actually a money making co-operative company. Not only was the food expensive, but then they applied a ...