Evason Ma'In Hot Springs
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Bruce and I started the day by attending the 8 am church service here at the Anglican Monastery. The service was virtually the same as we would have experienced in Calgary, though the sermon and lessons had a definite 'Jerusalem' slant to them. We then joined Len and Paula for a walk to the Dome of the Rock, the most sacred shine in the Muslim faith. We had to go through security to get to it. Then the 4 of us seemed to ...
... other trade for hundreds of years. We hiked to the burial grounds of David Ben Gurion, the founder of Israel. The trees at the site offered some nice respite from the brutal sun. Ben Gurion was a brilliant and often controversial guy, and it was a powerful place to visit. After serving as the founder and first Prime Minister of Israel, he moved into the desert to live near a Kibbutz with a bunch of younger Israelis. He insisted on a burial in the desert instead of ...
... star. Bethlehem means the house of a Bread, and Jesus is the bread of life. It was planned centuries before Jesus was born where Jesus would come. We rad the story of Jesus birth and sang Silent night and a few other songs appropriate for this event. There were shepherds in the fields today. We also took the route to Magi we're took to see Jesus. From this hill Jerusalem could be seen, but we couldn't get that view. ...
... pita dish, from a small restaurant outside the market. Xandy had pointed it out; apparently a friend of his opened it very recently. Sabich is a pita pocket, filled with layers and layers of filling- fried eggplant, hummus, hot sauce of something red, hard-boiled eggs (which really made the dish), cabbage, pickles. It was fantastic. After all that, we were ready for a nap and some down-time. I washed some clothes in our sink, which was fun- particularly washing my jeans. I only ...
... block off a section for the service and we found ourselves on a bench in the front row, right next to the tomb, which was amazing. A priest came around and passed out a book for the service and it began amid the business inside the church. During the service, the two others we were meeting in Jerusalem found us and afterward we decided to drive to our hostel to check in. Even though this place was a bit expensive, it was the only hostel in all ...