Pastoral Hotel - Kfar Blum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... suggesting an earlier 1st century synagogue.Many believe this to be the site of the building of Jesus' earliest teaching,Jesus teaching in the synagogue of Capernaum marks the beginning of his public ministry,(Mark 1:21-28 ) •Close to these remains there are the remains of an octagonal church built in the fifth century.In 1968,archaeologists discovered the remains of a much earlier church under ...
... from here and drove by an Israeli training camp with a lot of tanks and soldiers. It would be quietscary to live so close to a war zone where you are always on alert for the next time someone tries to invade your country.
This is our last night at Gai Beach Hotel and for supper they did a bbq for us with grilled steak, chicken, hamburger, and hot dogs. We ate out on the patio overlooking the Sea of Galilee. What a wonderful way to end our stay here. Tomorrow we move on to the Dead ...
... a short distance to Tabgha, and a church built over a rock that Jesus supposedly stood on to distribute the fish and the bread to feed the 5000. A lovely little church with a great mosaic floor that depicts many scenes and symbols. Unfortunately the guy who composed the mosaic didn't know his Bible that well, and so there are only 4 loaves in the picture. Quibble quibble. The church had lovely alabaster windows, the only ones we've ever seen, but they didn't ...
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 - ...
... shirts cheaper than Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Safed’s Jewish community traced their roots back to the time of the expulsion from Spain in 1492 and for centuries, the minority Jews and majority Muslims got along fine with occasional outbreaks of violence against the Jews. However, during the 1900’s Zionism and Arab Nationalism divided the community, in 1929 Safed was the scene an attack on Jews by their Arab ...