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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We will be staying at the Ramot Resort Hotel, Golan Heights May 7 - 10. The web site is(www.ramotresort.com) if you want to look at where we will be.
Many people were out every late last night, I don't know how they pulled through this morning. Although with exhaustion came disappointment. Today Troy University and Wesleyan University pulled the plug and requested that all their students return home. Some had already planned to and some we're forced to leave. With that and most staff leaving, we now number 14 in totally. We are all that remains of the Leon ...
... assuring us that Birthright has a very close watch on the situation and will adjust our itinerary accordingly. As rockets are apparently flying, one of Birthright's go-to plans for groups that happen to be in Israel during conflict is to send them to the Bedouin tents (where we are now), because they are in the dessert and off the radar of pretty much anything. So for now, we're here. We'll wake up in the morning, ride some camels, and make our next move! Thinking of you ...
... other subject in school.
Our first stop was at Gideon's pool. Walt read from Judges 6. The pool there is the actual confirmed place where the 300 fighting men were chosen (by cupping the water compared to lapping the water) to fight the Midianites. I always pictured a beach-like setting; it's a spring that forms a pool encircled by rocks, not sand in the foothills. We were reminded by Scripture that we may not feel well equipped or ...
... was responsible for its development. We saw the remains of a hippodrome where chariot races were held. Next we went to the UNESCO site of Megido where amongst the ruins high on a hill was a tunnel 183 steps down to where the water supply was collected. Last stop was the village of Cana,where the water was turned onto wine, it didn't happen to us and we had to pay for our wine with ...