Leonardo Club Hotel Tiberias
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My travels in the Galilee took me, eventually, to a spot called the Horns of Hattin, a grim place in Christian history but a proud one for Muslims. In a climactic battle that marked the beginning of the end for the Crusader Kingdoms in the Holy Land the Kurdish Moslem commander, Saladin, destroyed a Crusader army here in the year 1187. Saladin was aided in that battle by the local Druze people, who had been attacked and ravaged by earlier ...
... Bental site about 20 minutes after we left, and he heard and saw explosions in Syrian territory below. Apparently such sightings are not so uncommon these days. Next we visited an olive press factory called Olea Essence. Allegedly you should look out for them soon in your nearest Whole Foods, arriving at legendary prices. They say they patented a new technique of extracting the seeds and residue from pressing olive oil, and they use the excess matter to make all-purpose skin products. ...
... surrounds the house, was just built over the top with part of the floor being glass so you can look down into his house. On the way back to Tiberias we saw another sign for the church of Peter's Primacy - where Jesus gave him the commandment to "feed my sheep" after asking Peter if he loved him three times. Now, we had planned to go to mass at a pilgrim house in Tiberias at 5:30, so it was getting close to time. We then decided to drive to the other side of the lake to ...
... site of the crucifixion, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. After visiting many other sites we went to Bethlehem and the Church of the Nativity. With it being Easter week everywhere was absolutely packed but all in all it was very interesting and maybe not as tacky as sometimes portrayed. We arrived back at the ship at 20:30 just in time for a meal and to prepare for another trip tomorrow. Sent from my ...
... sat outside and enjoyed conversing with a couple from Washington DC. He is a professor of philosophy and psychology at Georgetown University and she was a nurse at the Washington hospital. He came from Belgium for his new job at the time Clinton was in his last year of his undergrad. So there are many more years of travel ahead of us if we go by this couple. Last stop was Tel Aviv, where we walked around Jaffa, ...