Ramot Resort Hotel
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In the opposite side of the lake lays this nice resort with a beautiful view to the Kineret and Tiberias.
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... would have been located. Lesson: don't let anything take us away from our inheritance!
Home before 7pm today! Hurray! :)
Someone saw scorpions outside our rooms yesterday! People left their shoes outside their rooms to dry.. Not a good idea because of the critters ... And because the dogs used them as play things throughout the night! :) one is the workers walked around and tried to find them for everyone!
-- Becky Elliot
... to wear thong into the water. The water feels a bit oiley, it is not, but it feels like it. It is VERY salty. Like and idiot I dived in. Well you really only get your face wet cos the water is soo dense you cant get all the way in. Welllllll. The water tastes like poison a I got some in my eyes and the sting was incredible. I had to race out and dry my face. When you float on your front it is really hard to stand up, you have to ...
... synagogue where Jesus often taught. Near it is the site that has long been believed to be Peter's house. On the way back to our lodging in En Gev, on the eastern shore of the lake, we drove past the Plain of Bethsaida where Jesus fed the five thousand. We also stopped to see the portion of the Jordan River that feeds into the northern end of the Sea of Galilee. We got back to En Gev in time to see the beautiful sunset over the ...
Nazareth is no longer a small town as it was when Jesus grew up here. Though what was really exciting to see was the reenactment and reconstruction of a first century village of Nazareth. The 1st century Nazareth Village museum is working on excavating and preserving ruins of the 1st century village found on the land. Walking through this reconstruction helped envision what the town of Nazareth was like for Jesus prior to the start of His ...
... in order to exit the building. I found some pomegranate, sparkling red wine and thought about getting some to send to my uncle who loves pomegranates, but then I decided not to because of possible liquid restrictions on the flight home at the end of the semester. I meandered through the Dead Sea cosmetic section and tried on some of the expensive hand moisturizer. It felt pretty normal, but the price sure wasn't normal. We left pretty quickly after everyone ...