Pastoral Hotel - Kfar Blum
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... we did yesterday, I realize we did so many things. So I'll be brief with the rest and will just list them with a small description or fact: - Banias: We went after the delish shawarma lunch. The gates of hades were supposed to be here in a cave. I need to find the bible verse for this. We also went to the Hermon Stream mentioned in Psalm 42. - Nimrod Fortress: a fortress (of course) at the top of a mountain. Was enormous and so beautiful. It's possible that in this area of ...
... states (and yes, I did look on their website for the name but it was not there . . )
We bought several bottles - which were all very good! All are now just a shell of their prior selves . . .i.e. empty bottles only. The Yarden Savigon Blanc, ...
I have crossed paths with many travelers on my rough road pilgrimage.
There was the hapless chameleon who just froze when Hans stumbled upon
the little guy. At least he was game to pose for this picture. The
furry wanderers were a group of donkey who were in no mood to be
photographed. They were kind enough to let me take this picture with
Tabgha in the background (that is the place ...
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 - ...
... and al-Qaeda occupies the southern 60 miles of the border. When we were eating our feast at Gilli’s we were 2 miles from al-Qaeda controlled territory.
We visited Elyakim in the hills of northern Israel where the IDF has built an entire replica Hezbollah booby-trapped village and forest. For the past couple of years battalions of Israeli troops have been trained in special ops and anti-guerilla warfare techniques here to be ready for ...