Nazareth Ilit Plaza Hotel
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... 180 steps, and then through a 300 foot tunnel, and back up about 80 steps on the other side. They built it to be able to get under the city walls and collect water for the city unseen in times of war and siege.
After lunch, we headed to Ein Harod, the place where Gideon gathered his men before fighting
the Midianites and selected his 300 by testing how they drink from the waters.
Finally, we ended the day at Beit Shean, ...
... smooth mountaintop with a good view of the valley below and a straightforward road to the crest. None of that was true, and it is one of the most interesting Christian places I have seen in Israel.
For Jews, Mt. Tabor is best known as the place where the Israelites under Deborah and Barak destroyed a Syrian army under the general Sisera. In Christian tradition, Tabor is where Jesus appeared in a transfigured state, going from man to god. The ...
... diet seems as relevant as Norse mythology at this point. Anyway, the people here are great. The first guy I met you could tell was British even before he said anything, almost a younger Colin Firth in how he held himself and spoke. Lovely guy though. The other two in my dorm were an Australian and an American. We all had a ball.
The day I arrived I went to a suggested felafel stand on one of the main squares that was recommended. From ...
... on our way
to Eilat. We will be here for two days and then head back to Tel Aviv on
Friday afternoon. Tomorrow is a big day as we head to the spectacular
city of Petra in Jordan. Ilise has been there and has said it’s like
nothing she has ever seen and is excited to go again.
‘Til next time ...
... a large, sprawling somewhat rundown (in places) city totally choked with cars. We arrived into a massive and slow-moving traffic jam, made worse by the large number of illegally-parked vehicles which required one to drive to within millimetres of stone walls, vehicles and other hazards. As in biblical times, there are only two types of people, the quick and the dead, and Brian soon realised that everything works fine if one is quick. When driving on Israeli roads the ...