Leonardo Hotel Negev
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... we saw here was an arena that was in good shape and all original. Our leader again had 3 tough men (boys) act out a fight like what would have been seen in the time of the Romans. We then crossed the road and saw some large man made caves. They are called the Bell Caves because of there shape. The reason they were made was for lime stone bricks. These caves were quite amazng.
The last stop of the day ...
... Many of those enemies of the state were Christians. It was quite unexpected and solemn as Katie and I walked across the hippodrome ground where martyrs had died. Herod built a massive inner and outer harbor bigger than Piraeus and a palace with an indoor pool where the paranoid ruler apparently drowned relatives and political opponents alike. Outside of Caesarea, we stopped and climbed a Roman aqueduct that was in impressive condition.
Mt. Carmel (home of the originators ...
... the sea for causing a little one to stumble" account quite visual.
Lunch was at Peter's Fish House where we were served whole fried fish with the head, eyes, tail, etc. all still intact. Dad and I chickened out from eating one though... we had pizza. I know, we failed. :P Fred was the only brave soul.
A drive to the Jordan River followed lunch. We witnessed many baptisms in the Jordan to members of our group. It was a ...
... I'd say it was an excellent demonstration. As a lab though, I'd expect it to be hands-on and experimental, and it was neither.
Outside, most of the displays were large, playground-style, interactive displays. These were much better, in my opinion, as you could just walk up to them and intuitively know what to do without an explanation. Several were "team" activities where you really needed at least 3 people, but there ...
... first place. I have no sympathy for the settlers and yet the guide taking us through the museum was a resident of Gush Katif. I could see just how painful this event still is on him. To lose one house and entire livelihood is hard, but to have your own government do it to you is heartbreaking. However, even with everything that happened I understand why the government removed the settlers, because it was costing too much money and soldier’s lives ...
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