Nazareth Gardens Hotel
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... hay una iglesia de la orden de las Carmelitas y una estatua del profeta Elías. Tuvimos nuestra primera experiencia comiendo falafel y estaba delicioso. El pan pita estaba suavecito y me tomé un jugo de granada recién exprimido y estaba delicioso. Justo me acabo de dar cuenta que no tomé fotos con mi celular en Zippori. Aquí puedes ver unos pisos de mosaico antiguos y son increíblemente espectaculares. Se cree que ...
... street where we entered through a non-descript gate into an enclosed courtyard, then were buzzed in to walk up a flight of stone steps into our an ancient home that would be our hotel for the night. Amazing. After a quick orientation to the area, we had time to visit the Basilica of the Annunciation which is the most recent (and I would suggest last) of many churches that have been constructed over what historians believe to be ruins of important Christian landmarks. The ...
... This is a city of religion and faith, of spirituality and holiness, but Our stop was at the also a city with a rich history, fascinating archeology, modern culture and Middle Eastern charm. Our destination was the Church of the Annunciation, but our driver Sharriff informed us that buses could not drive up near the church because the roads were too narrow. So we intrepid pilgrims wound our way through streets, ...
... Dad and I, and Fred and Barb decided to float in the Dead Sea. The salt content of the water is 37%, so it burned every little cut we had, but it was so worth it! We felt like bobbers out there! What a neat feeling! Afterwards, we went and spent some time in the fresh water pool of the hotel before dinner.
Dinner was followed by a question and answer session with the Moody Professors. It was interesting. They obviously have a dispensational twist on ...
... on the wall and they found the inscription that said "house of David" was conquered. There is proof outside of Bible to show that King David was real and significant. I views from atop the mountain were amazing! We could see Syria and Libya. Check out the pics.
Lunch at Gag Al Haden, meaning fish of the Dan. They didn't have St Peters fish, that gave up the coins. The food was family style and amazing!!! Hummus was perfect flavor, nothing like the states. I loved the food!
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