Pastoral Hotel - Kfar Blum
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Today we visited many biblical sites, almost too many to include with thorough explanations, so I will try to hit the highlights of the day!
First, we got up early and walked to the Jordan Promenade which was a beautiful pathway along the River Jordan, only minutes from the kibbutz hotel. The Jordan River (where Jesus was baptized) …
Today we left Tel Aviv and drove north along the Mediterranean.
We first stopped at Caesarea. This ancient port city was built by King Herod to display his loyalty to the Roman Empire (Emperor Pompeius, not Julius!) sometime around 22-10 BCE. In Caesarea, there was a theater, a port, a hippodrome, and a temple to the Roman Gods, as …
Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! For if the mighty works done in you had been done in Tyre and Sidon, they would have repented long ago in sackcloth and ashes. But I tell you, it will be more bearable on the day of judgment than for Tyre ...
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 - ...
... I enjoyed walking around Safed by myself; the old city’s streets are so narrow, which actually was a highlight of my trip to Safed.
After Safed, we visited Mount Meron, the second highest mountain in Israel, after Hermon, which is in the Golan Heights. We did a group hike around the top of the mountain. The mountain was very tall and I could actually look into Lebanon. It was a bit unnerving to realize how ...