Leonardo Hotel Tiberias
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... in the tariff. And what a dinner it was. Previously we've described how generous the food portions were wherever we went in Israel. The waitress told us that they were offering a fixed menu, and described very briefly what it would comprise. Clearly we didn't take it all in. First came the assortment of tasty salads and dips which we'd become accustomed to. At one stage we counted 16 separate small dishes of food for us to taste. With our experience of the previous ...
... the springs a few hundred metres away where she usually collected water. Unfortunately that fountain was completely dry but when we visited the orthodox church behind the springs, we saw some running water inside - believed to be the source of the spring.
The catholic version seems more popular and receives far more visitors. There's also a Franciscan library nearby as well as the church of St Joseph. A small mosque was located ...
... so that was random. there's something amazing about having drinks outdoors on a patio. even more so when it's done in haifa overlooking the Carmel. this was followed by dinner at a Swiss/French bistro, in which Jess did not partake in her share of the wine. this was followed by a dip in the hotel pool and gazing at the city lights from our hotel mountain top ...
... during the service.
After the services there is a very large 3-course buffet meal consisting of slow cooked food, since Kosher law prohibits work on the Sabbath (including cooking). There are more special songs and prayers carried out at the dinner tables before families can get their food, and the children participate. It is tradition for the men in families to sing a special song of thanks at the table to the women in their lives, thanking them ...
... or the Nile. More like the a small version of the Yarra.
Then back to the shores of the Sea of Galilee up at the north east corner to the old city of Capernaum. Unlike the other towns, it no longer exists as a modern town - it's just ruins - apparently in response to the prophesy Jesus made that it would be torn down and never rebuilt. Well it's not rebuilt, but parts of it have been reconstructed. Jesus was said to have spent four years living here, ...