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... sensitively refurbished 19th century basalt stone buildings together with a "new build" main bedroom block. Redesigned and planned with the clear intention of preserving the original character and air of the properties, the outcome is a unique harmony of old and new, combining the original architectural style with the modern amenities you would expect of a five star hotel.
... and leagues! Health clubs are available to visitors on a short term basis. Yoga and Pilates studios also do the same.
... Mount. We followed the trail up to the church built on the Spot of the Sermon on the Mount. The chapel itself is serene, but the views of the lake are phenomenal. Besides the Beatitudes, the cornerstone of Christ’s teachings, I was also reminded of the fact that it was in this place where common phrases like “Salt of the Earth” and “Judge not, lest ye be judged” were uttered. I think both Chris and I recognized a spiritual ...
... to these locations. The city is currently shown in its second century form, with portions shown in staged excavation to help visualize how the site has been treated by archeologists.
At Masada, two of us walked up the snake trail in 32 minutes. It was unusual weather for the Israeli desert... drizzly and ...
... to conversations spoken in multiple languages.
Local residents are quick to “adopt” newcomers, as most of our neighbours immigrated to Israel after its founding in 1948. My life was every bodies business. Gossip is the "national sport" of Israel. I learned very quickly that "silence is golden" in Israel.
Muslim, Christian and others composed one fourth of our community, ...