Pastoral Hotel - Kfar Blum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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We started the day with a boat ride on the Sea of Gallilee, music was played and our Bosnian / Serbian travel buddies showed us all how to dance with Pammy enjoying a slow number. Tabgha where St Peter's church was and also the place of the loaves and fishes. The church had the rock that the meal of loaves and fishes was eaten from. Next stop was Capernaum where we saw the ruins of an old village and a very grand synagogue. Here we also saw Margaret and Barry Court and managed to ...
Just left the coldest and most northeastern point in Israel on the Golan Heights. Here we visited a fortified bunker and learned of some of the battles that were fought in the 1967 war. In particular a famous tank battle that took place in the Valley of Tears. Very cool - ...
So about twice a year the moshav brings all the volunteers on a trip somewhere in Israel. So today we all went to breakfast at 630 and then loaded up a small van at 7am. I figured I could get some more sleep on the way to our first destination, HA. The manager of the hotel is the one who was our tour guide today, and he was talking from the moment we got on the bus. So no sleeping on the bus. The information that he was telling us though was actually interesting though. He told ...
We got on our way early to go visit the kids at camp. We planned to go to Tzippori but google GPS sent us the wrong way. We ended up going to Bet She'arim N.P. where they have an ancient city and the ancient burial caves of R. Yehuda Hanasi. The caves were very cool literally and figuratively and they depicted an era from the time of the Mishna. R' Yehuda and the Sanhedrim were once stationed there and it was interesting to learn a lot about that time ...
... the same slopes and the Sea of Galilee where Jesus taught. Built in 1938, it has an octagon shape representing the 8 blessings.
Capernaum: We drove to Capernaum on the Northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee. This was an important Roman town and one of the focal points of Christ’s teachings in Galilee. It was also home to five of his disciples including Simon Peter. There is a house here ...