Holiday Village Dor
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... provoking. Mary's Well is listed as one of the most significant sites in Nazareth. However, for whatever reason, it has not been commemorated with a huge church over top of it. The European/Western Christians decided to focus their efforts on Mary's home where she was visited by the angel. The Greek Orthodox Christians focused on building a church at the ground spring that feeds the well. But the well itself seems to have been neglected, and left without ...
... happens when we go anywhere. It reminds me of when I lived in MT. I'd go out to get something at the grocery store and it could take me a couple of hours depending on who I ran into. I'm just really impressed with his ability to know someone from 10 or 15 years ago and recognize them today. Did have ...
After a bit of a sleep in, showers and a basic breakfast of toast, Naor picked us up this morning and we drove across to Jerusalem. Gali is working so we will meet up with her tonight.
We had missed the heavy traffic so had a good run across talking along the way. It will be great to travel with Naor and Gali - as well as seeing them again we will be able to ask lots of questions and get lots of information.
Jerusalem old city – The ...
... costing about the same as the one we stayed in Ramallah.
The next morning we hiked up to Mount Gerizim, to see the Samaritan Temple. The Samaritans are a really interesting people, they only number 800 today. They consider themselves Bene Yisrael (Children of Israel) but not Jews. The history is that before the Jews were exiled to Babylon, the Israelites were divided into two kingdoms: The kingdom of Judah (in the south) and ...
... super cheap. So of course we all had to stop there. Our next stop was the Church of the Primacy of St. Peter on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. It was very pretty and the water was nice. The last place we visited was Yardenit, a touristy place located on the very beginning of the Jordan River. There were some people who got baptized while we were there, but we just stuck our hands in the water. Today has been several hours of bus riding, but that means that we get ...