Rimonim Mineral Tiberias
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its the second time i stayed in here,the hotel is quite awesome mind some of the old rooms,but the view towards the kinneret was a beauty.the food also awesome well its rimonim!even tough its still below the rimonim kinneret,i still recommend this hotel
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... regarding some of the unrest over here, people have been asking, "Are you guys safe over there? Should you even be there?"
The answers are unequivocally "yes", and a bigger "yes".
Unless you have been here, you can't really understand the bias of media coverage. Ok, I am risking my own opinions here, but they are based on personal experience, and on my career ... but in case you haven't noticed, the media back home tends ...
... as this is our last night in our far from "luxury"apartment with cement like pillows.
Tomorrow... God willing, We leave Tiberius, to head down the coast back to Tel Aviv.
By night fall tomorrow we hope to have swum in the dead, red, med... and the gal. There is a funny saying about this land.... In Haifa you pay, In Tel Aviv you play. In Jerusalem you pray.... and in Galilee it's been all grey. :)
Good night to you all, and God bless.
... it off Syria in 1967 then Syria grabbed it back in 1973 only for Israel to grab it back again.
On the way we stopped at Mt Beatitudes where Jesus gave the sermon on the mount. Of course there is now a Church on that exact spot. We stopped to look and while we were there, with about 100 busses of other tourists a nun came out of the church with a microphone and started yelling "you people go out to the carpark and take your photos, You are ...
... to explain where Penuel and Mahanaim were to our taxi driver before we continued on to Amman after finding out that it would cost 20 JD to take the 15 minute detour.
After a bunch of jabbering back in forth, we managed to arrive downtown with our taxi driver. Here, even he managed to get lost while looking for our hostel! After a while, he just dumped us on the side of the road and told us how to walk the last block or so to the hostel. David and I ...
... and humid so we found some shade under a tree and cooled off for a while. We people watched as we sat and were thinking about the bus station. We were a little preoccupied with getting to the bus station on time. Actually we found ourselves preoccupied with making sure we got home 4 days from now. We were tired of traveling and really looking forward to getting back to the states and routine that we know. So after hanging out for a while, we moved on to get ...