King Solomon Tiberias
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- TV Channel One Russia
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... a background starting back 1995 in both local and federal law enforcement, and who has specialized in personal protection both during that time and now in the private sector, I can tell you I would 100% rather have my wife walking around in Jerusalem by herself, than to have her take the MAX down to downtown Portland. Any day of the week,
So please... we absolutely ask for and covet your prayers for our safety, we do not take safety ...
... boats, motor boats) as we wandered down along the wharf, but in the end settled on a modern cruiser with comfortable puffy pillow seats. All 7 of us were able to fit on this boat (and we saved a few shekels as a companion less Dutch girl wanted a ride also, so she came on board with us and paid a few shekels).
Out through the harbour we sped and off out into the Sea of Galilee!It was so refreshing having the cool breeze, and fresh ...
... beads Brendan, only the occasional man had a tidy beard like John, and not many at that, mainly the young men. We are going out soon to try and find out where our boat ride on Galilee goes from. That will be exciting I think. The hotel that we are in booked into, has worked out great. 2 breakfasts and 1evening meal. Included in price. ...
... Jacob, and Jeroboam all passed through as well as the probable location where Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist.
I am sorry to know that the time we spent in Galilee has come to a close. However, it is nice to get back to a normal pace of life and start catching up on all the assignments we are coming back to. It's been great, and I can't wait to see what God has in store for our group next as we all decide what to do over our travel study break this coming week!
On Monday, we left the Gai Beach Hotel on the Sea of Galilee and headed south toward the Dead Sea. Walt, our Moody professor guide led us in devotions from Hebrews 11. It's truly a blessing to be on a trip where the focus is on The Lord and His Word.
On the road, we passed by Mt. Tabor, which Catholics believe is the Mount of Transfiguration. There is a massive church built on the top. As we continued on, our Israeli guide talked a ...