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... and building as it has a 2 degree slope all the way from the starting point at the springs and finishing at Caesarea Philippi.
But no cafes for a bite to eat :(. how could we, how would we continue on?
Driver Dave who knew this part of town said there were cafes and toilet stop down at the ancient harbour that Herod built at Caesarea. Quick as a flash all were back in the car and zoom zoom went our VW. But alas upon ...
... Josephus, of the menorah (lamp) of Queen Helena of Adiabene, a 1st century CE convert to Judaism. It reads in full, "Helena had a golden candlestick made [to be placed] over the door of the Temple, that when the sun rose its rays were reflected from the candlestick and everybody knew that it was the time for reading the Shema,” according to the Tractate Yoma in the Babylonian Talmud. This is very much the same beginning point as Stonehenge, ...
... to read my book in the late afternoon sun. I stayed in my sun lounger until 6.30 before heading back to meet Adi after work. Adi cooked dinner and then we walked over to a restaurant/bar area and sat for a glass of wine. A great day relaxing and looking to the ...
... is so faithful to the text.
We learned a lot about agriculture in Israel, especially about how every piece of land here is used wisely because it has to be. It's impressive to realize how self-sufficient Israel is in technology and agriculture. This country is actually the 2nd most bio-diverse country in the world for its size--only behind New Zealand. Cherry tomatoes were first developed in Israel as were irrigation systems.
... street. Although the houses are built on small, oddly shaped lots, thanks to this building technique the upper level rooms are nevertheless rectangular and spacious. The interiors of the houses are as elegant as their exteriors. The low-ceilinged middle stories used in winter are cozy and warm like a womb while the upper floors, used in summer, are airy with high ceilings. The master bedroom, the most beautiful room with the best view, is ...