Pastoral Hotel - Kfar Blum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... t. It turned out that the burial site of Shimon Bar Yochai now has a large structure over it, and that structure and the courtyard before it and the raised areas over it and a the road all around it were filled with ultra-Orthodox Jews, chareidim, some praying passionately, some standing and chatting. I have never been known to be particularly shy, and I did my level best to reach the tomb itself. I worked as close to the front of the area as I could. ...
... to the environment. There were some great waterfalls along the hike. We ran into a few other traveling groups at one of the big waterfalls. One group was from Canada, and another was a younger Birthright group, which upon seeing made me happy I was assigned to the 22-26 age group (I overheard semi-hilarious comments from the younger ones like, "You're old!"). After the hike, we took the bus to Mount Bental, looking out to the border of Lebanon on the way. We hiked up a short distance ...
... movement. We wandered through the old city and artist colony. There was some really nice stuff, of which we have no room at home for. But Sarah did make some purchases. Stopped at this little stand and had a great shwarma (made with turkey) on lafa bread. Was so delicious. As we were wandering around, came across this barber shop, and he only charged 40NIS to do my buzzcut. He spoke good english, and told me his brother lived in Montreal. At least ...
... here for a week; some of our visits included:
Mount Meron, a hike northeast of Tiberias. We wanted to get some outside time, so hopped in the car and drove an hour or so to get here. There is a ring trail that goes around the top of the mountain. We didn’t hike the whole thing, but went part of the way; there are nice views of the surrounding countryside, which is mostly pretty wild. The top of the mountain hosts some kind of military installation ...
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 - ...