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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... top of these things, now that he's in his late 50's he can be a bit forgetful. So sad when we see others getting old and a bit dithery.
We stopped to see where Legion was healed, and the 2000 pigs went swimming. The steep Clift was clearly visible, and Meg even pointed out how it was in the shape of Legions head (very imaginative is Meg).
It was a great experience to drive right around the Sea of Galilee, seeing all ...
... day was that we got a chance to get into two restricted military spaces and meet some Israel soldiers on duty. They don't allow civilians into these areas as they are on active duty protecting the borders. Always on guard, watching and ready. We spent time with the ground and tank patrols and gave them some gifts to help keep them warm on the very cold nights. I got to get into the tank and an American Israeli soldier gave me a rundown of all ...
... but it is a significant ancient document critical to Rabbinical Judaism today. The city itself is quite large and made for a worthwhile stop to explore its ancient treasures.
It was destroyed by a Roman governor of Syria after a revolt, but was later rebuilt by Herod Antipas. Prior to that destruction/reconstruction, it changed hands several times but did not really have a major significance aside from guarding the ICH as it passed through ...
... we had the night before. After breakfast and packing we set off on the hour-long drive to our next hotel, the Rimonim Gailei Kinnerith at Tiberias, on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. We arrived too early to check in, so went for a bit of a walk around the town. Esther had already forewarned us that Tiberias isn't an especially attractive town, and she was right. The waterfront promenade is very pleasant, but the rest of this historic town is nothing special. The ...
... guide said this is the most Ibex that he has ever seen here--we saw at least 100 animals, so cool). (I Samuel 23:29; I Samuel 24:2)
After a very full day, we arrived at Isrotel Hotel at the Dead Sea; what a beautiful place. Our room is on the ninth floor overlooking the Dead Sea. We have been very blessed to have all of our rooms on this trip with views of the Mediterranean, Sea of Galilee and now the Dead Sea. The ocean is 3.9% ...