Hotel Beit Maimon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Room service
- Free parking
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Days 10 & 11 After another huge breakfast I headed for the Sea of Galilee. First stop was Mount of Beatitudes and guess what – my Jordanian tour bus was there. Then onto the Church of Primacy of Peter. When I arrived at the church the area outside said buses only but there were several cars parked there. However the car in front of me …
... learned about what Ayalim is, and helped them beautify the neighborhood in which they live. We cleaned up trash, picked weeds, prepared the garden area for planting, and planted flowers in the courtyard outside of the Ayalim house. The local volunteers helped us noticeably beautify the area and inspired our participants because they were so close in age and passionate about the work that they do. Project Ayalim, like Epic Israel, is a recipient ...
We packed our bags and headed to the bus to begin our journey north to our partnership city in the Hadera-Eiron region. After an hour and a half drive we arrived at the Alia Museum in Zachron Ya'akov which is 22 miles south of Haifa. This was one of the first Jewish settlements made by immigrants coming to Israel with the first Aliya. After our tour we walked to the Zichron promenade area with shopping and restaurants. ...
Aside from that, we all said our goodbyes. It was sad to have to say goodbye again to people we had become friends with over the past week. Catherine and I went out for coffee and gelato in the afternoon and had lots of time to relax and talk. We all went out for burgers for dinner and then most of us turned in early. Waking up at four still forces me to go to sleep before ...
... the day digging in a very small space with three other people. Where I'm working, alongside Caroline and Catherine, is called Area V, it's on the east side of the top of the tel. They are working on understanding the building in this area, which is possibly connected to ritual in the Iron Age, and what lies under it. We took a layer of dirt off the top in hopes of finding a floor or surface in a space outside the building. ...