Hod Hamidbar Resort and Spa Hotel
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... 237; estaba sintiéndolo. El próximo destino fue el parque Timna que está en medio de las montañas desérticas y tiene varias atracciones. Nosotros comenzamos con las antiguas minas de cobre. En Deuteronomio 8 habla de las minas de cobre. Otra de las dos siguientes atracciones fueron unos petroglíficos y una piedra gigante en forma de champiñón. El día está bastante caluroso a este punto (¿cómo podía vivir ...
... set of stone stairs through the Cenomanian Limestone all the way down to bedrock where water would pool. This enabled the city to withstand extreme sieges because of the built-in water supply.
We also saw a 4-chambered gate in the middle of the city that dated to the 1800s BC and was located in that spot because the city at that time was much smaller than it was by the time Gezer was abandoned. Further down the path, we also got to ...
... lives. Dorit left Israel as a young child when her father was transferred to Paraguay, and where she was educated. She later studied in Paris. Fluent in Spanish, English, French and German she worked as a translator until her retirement a few years ago. Brian took the opportunity to further practise his French, again realising how many French words he had forgotten. We finished with a beautiful Israeli barbecue, again with more food than we could possibly ...
... This world has a destination. It’s been a long ride, but we were promised a time when none of this will ever happen again. A world free of millions of people who have chosen evil as their way of life. And a world that doesn’t turn 20 year old kids into war hero’s.
Until that time, we will continue to cherish these young “lochamim” and know we will never be able to fully thank them for what they have done for us.
... got home we walked to this beautiful overlook (Haas Promenade).
On the way home we stopped to pick up a few items at the supermarket (grocery store means nothing here). When was the last time you picked up pillows in your local freezer section? I know that's the first place I go . . . LOL
Like I said, this may be a duplicate so I won't talk anymore and get onto Monday which took us into the Old City.
See you in the next blog!!