Ussiskin Street, Tiberias, Galilee, Israel | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tiberias

Cliffs of Arbel

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll


... view from our room of the Sea of Galilee. The other 18 travelers joined us for dinner: Rob & Becky Gaither; Elizabeth, Becky & Susan Griffin; Carolyn Irvin; Ivan & Kami Merritt; David & Karen Miller; Jean & Bert Moody; Richard & Paty Moody; Kathy Robinson and mother Jean Schultz; and Wiley & Barbara Walker. Our group had now expanded from 10 to 28. I hoped the dynamics of the group would not change. We really like each ...

Northern Israel

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... the car and headed north and then west – by this time there wasn’t much more north we could get – to Nimrod Castle, which was built by a nephew of Saladin in the 1200s. The castle is mostly ruined, but parts of it have been excavated and restored, and can be explored, including about four stories worth of tunnels, rooms, and spiral staircases in the part of the keep near the gate. As we were making our way back to the parking lot, we heard the sound ...

Galilee and the Golan Heights

A travel blog entry by salmorton01


... act is purely a rock that is CLAIMED to be the spot. Fair enough, it had to be somewhere, and lets face it, one rock is as good as another. (More in the Jerusalem blog about how these places came to be claimed as the relevant ones.) We are getting to know our guide better now, and he is very good - a Dutch immigrant who is not Jewish, and has a realistic view of both historical and modern Israeli matters. He adds significantly to our appreciation of the trip. ...

Gates, Castles, and Vultures...

A travel blog entry by ronmehl


... hashish, they became known as "Hashishin", from which the modern term "assassin" is derived. As I said, a spot of no spiritual significance... but interesting nonethless.

The next two pictures were taken as we looked down on Syria from within a couple hundred yards of the border. In the pictures you can see a UN camp situated in the neutral area, as well as the abandoned "ghost town" of Kunetra.

The last few pictures were taken at Gamla, which ...

Sea of Galilee (Lake Kinneret)

A travel blog entry by houdyshells


... is the 153 fish... obviously if you are a fisherman, as I am not, that is a very large catch for one cast, keep in mind their boats would have been under 20 feet in length and less than 8 feet abreast, so a bass boat basically. In the Greek text of the scripture the 153 is actually three separate words, one hundred, fifty and three. We lose that in the translation and we just grasp that it was a lot of fish and nothing more. But there ...


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