King Solomon Tiberias
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... couple of waiters arrived carrying a large dish of vegetables and an even larger one with all sorts of grilled meats on it. This we hadn't expected, and we told the waiters that we wouldn't be able to eat it. They were amazed. "Don't you want your main course?" they asked. We just had to decline it and settle for a bit of fruit salad and some coffee. The meal was beautiful, but the quantities were way too much for our small stomachs. We certainly weren't going to bed ...
... profiting on the sales of skull caps, rosaries, and Arabic head gear. As we walked past the Basilica, a few young Muslims attempted to convert (with little success) the catholic pilgrims (us included) walking past with the distribution of informative brochures about Islam. When the call to prayer was heard, we saw a large group of Muslim men pray on their mats in the open area beneath the Basilica. I suspect if the opposite happened ...
... traveling in the footsteps of Jesus. On
Tuesday I was privileged to walk with Hans up and over the Arbel Cliffs
and down to the Sea of Galilee. His story began when he made his first
journey to the Camino, a Christian pilgrim trail from France through
Spain stretching 1000 km, back in 2000. He has walked the trail three
On the trail there is a unique kind ...
... literal with the text). Actually, of all of the sites, this one is the most impressive and authentic, as it is a real reconstruction using the stones from the site, rather than a church plonked on a site that legend says might possibly be a significant one. Having said that, nearly all of the miracle sites are within a stones throw of Capernaum, so even if they aren't the exact sites, it's really interesting to visualise it all happening just near where you ...
... into a restaurant and order lunch and say where I live. I’m slowly but surely getting it, but I have ten days off for the holiday of Sukkot. Let’s see how I do with it when I get back to the Ulpan.
So, since living in Israel, I’ve been exploring Tel Aviv, bit by bit. Late Tuesday, I went to North Tel Aviv because a friend from High School invited me to an event that his organization was holding. ...