Rimonim Hermon Holiday Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... house approximately 25 to 30 feet in diameter. The house was carved entirely out of rock. It is visible through a glass floor in the church. Well it was time for lunch and since we were on the Sea of Galilee, we stopped for the local specialty- St Peter Fish. We had two choices: filet or bone-in. No matter which choice, it was delicious.
After lunch, we had another short drive to the former site of Magdala, best known as the home of ...
... some of the original muddy byproduct of the olive press on my hands. It felt good, but made me hungry for olives. We also got to try various olive oils, which were interesting. To be honest, I couldn't tell a significant difference between anything I tried and whatever I pick up at Ralph's, but I guess some people are really into it. Nonetheless, the olive press factory was a really neat experience. It was great to see Israeli innovation and passion for something that seems ...
... Jesus performed most of his miracles and that he rebuked for refusing to repent in spite of all his miracles. The remains of a fourth century synagogue were found here including an example of &the Seat of Moses& where the religious leaders would sit to teach the Word of God.
Capernaum was our next stop which was the town that Jesus made the center of his ...
... White, the Gamla Brut (delicious champagne - gotta try and find this one in the states!!) and a Gilia Savigon Blanc.
The Golan Heights Winery is located in Katzrin. It was built on the site of an agricultural village from the Mishnaic period in ...
... of this romanesque city, including where Jesus lived and also where he studied and debated the Torah. There was also a room where he met with the apostles, and a big church was built over the entire area of his residence. Previous churches from ancient times had also been built around the area, but did not survive. During Jesus' time, Capernaum was a thriving city in which individuals were more open to Jesus' modern teachings. ...