Kibbutz Lavi Hotel
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... sources, and I don't manage any of them. I try to collect to the database the information of every payment we made from the co-directors. That is difficult, because I'm busy and they are busy.
I am in charge of dealing with the guest house. With the help of people working in Karei Deshe I arrange the rooms and meals and lecture halls, and whatever special needs we have. This means that I keep good relations with the people here. ...
... time we visited, some sort of youth group was meeting there.
We toured the synagogues and admired the old architecture, and then went looking for trails. As it turned out, this site was just the ruins.
The trails start a few entrances up the road. We went on one of the trails and had a great view of the valley and some nearby farms.
This weekend, I went again. ...
... with the local population. This town is where Paul was tried. King Herod build sea walls of huge stones! We barely have technology to do that. What they found was that he build rafts, towed them, made the stones out there. This is where Herod established Olympic style games. Praises were gold, silver, bronze. The games had 7 rounds, which we continue today. One of the games was horse races. They later became blood games with gladiators. Sand is to soak up bloods. There is only one ...
... balanced that plate, especially after the multiplication!
Just 3 km up the road from Tabgha is Capernaum, which sits primly on the north shore of the Sea of Galilee. Capernaum is encrusted with much Jewish as well as Christian history. The two most notable structures are the ruins of a fourth century synagogue, one of the oldest in the world, and an astoundingly ugly modern glass and basalt church which sits over what is said to ...
We left Jerusalem with our tour guide about 9am today and headed along a road owned by the Jews but Palestinian territory either side to Caesaria. It was a very long drive...over 2 hours....and hard to fight the Zzz's as the temperature was starting to climb.
We arrived at a gorgeous seaside spot and walked along and on top of Herrods aqueducts. We went a bit too far (didn't listen clearly to the guide) in the already searing heat and it's no even ...