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... places and hey, I like this private tour guide thing I got going! LOL I had heard about "the dig" and I don't mind getting my hands dirty, so off we went.
A little background (the teacher in me can't help herself) The tel is southwest of Jerusalem and a little north of Kiryat Gat. Again I have to depend on maps
Back in the day, the town of Maresha was the ...
... and mother-in-law. Walking around in a town where I know that Jesus and his disciples walked and seeing the ruins definitely brings new meaning and context to the gospel stories. The Moody folks get a little emotional saying that this trip increases one's faith... I can't really attest to that, but it is definitely a moving experience. We saw very well preserved millstones which makes "the millstone around one's neck and being thrown into the ...
... have to grow up in inhuman conditions and that is wrong.
We were taken on an overlook to see how close Gaza actually is to Sderot and you know what it’s very close. I was taken to the same spot on Birthright two years ago and I felt as if I was getting the same talk. That Israel needs to watch over the Gaza Strip otherwise more rockets would come flying. I understand that point of view, and since I don’t live there I ...
... who want to educate Israelis and others about what they are witnessing in the Occupied Territories. Our first stop was the Grave of "The Doctor Healer" Baruch Goldstein. He is buried in the middle of Meir Kahane Park in Kiryat Arba and his grave is revered by many of the locals. It was horrifying to me to see a grave of a mass murder revered as a site of pilgrimage. Now to those who say that Goldstein is not regarded as a hero, I heard the Rabbi ...
... checkpoint - at which no interest in us was in evidence - and, shortly before you hit Ein Boqeq, Masada, which would pass unremarked from the road if not for the signage.
The hotels at this place are apparently all owned by the same cartel, which is why the cheapest one runs $160 a night for a double. Not coincidentally, this is the one we stayed at, although it still clocks in at second place for Most Expensive Hotel So Far. (The ...