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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aviv Tiberias
My stay at the hostel was fantastic. Hamudi was extremely welcoming and kind. I came into the hotel extremely worn down and tired and he provided me a place to shower and a bed to sleep on. Thank You for your great hospitality.
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... the finish of the Old Testament . They were found in one of the caves in the mountains of Qumran in
After watching a film, we emerged into a reproduction 'cave' with displays concerning the scrolls, and outside there was more to look at outside, with the actual caves in the distance. with the aid of a plaque, we could pin out the scroll cave.
Through the dusty, windy desert we travelled onwards. We were awed by the ...
... The plains were rich green, and there were hundreds of greenhouses, showing how agriculturally productive the area was. In Biblical times it was called the Pride of Jordan, and was covered in jungle, inhabited by wild animals - lions, snakes, alligators, etc., lurking in the very thick undergrowth.
When we stopped to get petrol, we couldn't find the button to open the door to the petrol tank!
We searched all over the ...
... wanted to hear my story today. He wanted to know what position I held in my church and I told him I was just part of the congregation. I also told him that I was a pourist because I consider myself more of a tourist than a pilgrim. The place where we had lunch was Pilgerhaus Tabgha which is right on the lake. It's a very nice place and the part we were in quite new and high spec. The food was a little different to what we've been having and everyone really enjoyed ...
... us on this part of the journey. We departed Akko (on the west coast of Israel) and drove across the country in an hour. Our first stop was the Church of the Multiplication, the site where Jesus fed the crowds with 5 loaves and 2 fishes. A short distance away was a church on the shore of the Sea of Galilee where Christ announced to Peter that upon him, he would build his church. Nearby was Capernaum, a significant location in ...
... layer and ashes. The walls had wood and oil jars all around. City was set on fire, the roof fell and crushed the jars. It was probably 1700 to 1800 degree fire, as there is so much furl and air here. It melted the mud bricks and pottery. This all documented in Archeology review. This site shows the Bible's historical narrative is TRUE! Joshua has to have existed, it happened! Look at the evidence, as only a few places could destroy a city this big. It would be like a small town ...