Hotel Beit Maimon
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... breakfast, I worked on moving dirt out of an area that recently opened up inside the building. I moved a lot and had plenty of help. My supervisor also taught me how to measure out a square on a site that does not use a grid system (Ashkelon uses a grid system). It's basic geometry and was pretty fun to learn. After learning this, I laid sandbags around the edges of the square that was measured out. This is also had to learn.
... They had only been working a week and a half before they were evacuated. Among them was a friend from college, Gabby; it was great to see her again and see that she was doing alright. The kibbutz served an interesting dinner of hotdogs, Israeli side dishes, rice and fruit. Pretty different and to some rather scanty, but I guess that's life on a kibbutz for ya. We'll see in the next ...
... like the aquaduct system. For 2000 years ago, this was a pretty impressive feat.
The views from Masada were pretty amazing too. You could see straight over the Dead Sea and into Jordan. The mountains as a backdrop to the Dead Sea were stunning. We didn't have a perfectly clear day, but it was still awesome. The best view was from the cable car that brought us up to the top of the cliff where the palaces were built. One girl in our ...
... for 50% off to boot. The mall was bustling with shoppers getting ready for shabbat. We had a nice dinner at home, and relaxed.
Today we went to Zichron Yaakov, south of Haifa. This is where there are some wineries, Carmel and Tishbi for sure. It was very busy with Purim festivities in the street, run by the Scouts. Annette was happy. Now we are home and having tea and hamantashen. Till next time.
We headed North in the rain and fog to Tabgha.
Church of the Primacy of Peter (Tabgha): This is a black basalt Franciscan chapel built on the site where Jesus Christ is said to have appeared to the Apostles after his Resurrection (John 21:9) and told Peter to feed my sheep. The church was built originally by the Crusaders. It has a boat shaped nave; reflecting Peter’s life as ...