Rimonim Ha'Maayan Nazareth Hotel
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Likely chosen for location and price (by tour company, not me) but it was one of the shabbiest hotels of the trip. It was clean but the overall image the hotel presents makes you feel like it isn't.
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... dig as you can see from the pictures. It is one of the ancient Roman "Decapolis" cities, and is mentioned in the Bible in ! Samuel where it mentions the Philistines hanging the body of King Saul on the walls.
Today will be a VERY full day, our last day and night in the Galilee (ending with water baptism) before we head on the the holy city of Jerusalem!
(P.S. - This time i'm labeling the pics a since the text was shorter)
... each have an account of an event on an unnamed mountaintop in which Jesus takes three of his disciples up and appears to them in a transfigured state, in glowing white light, along with Moses and Elijah. God then calls Jesus his son (Son?), tells them to listen to Jesus, and the Moses and Elijah disappear.
The drive up to Tabor is hairy, hairpin turn after hairpin turn on a road that it is a stretch to call two-lanes wide. After ascending quite high ...
... Amukah either.
The next day I traveled to Tiberias to visit the grave of Rabbi Moses Maimonides. Again, I had been there long before but really didn’t remember it. Although it has a fairly modern, quite ugly structure over it, the tomb itself is simple and beautiful, like Maimonides supremely rational Hebrew writing. There are tributes to the Rambam’s work in Jewish law and philosophy, and an austere but impressive tomb. The ...
... befriended the man who ran the stand and he invited me later for a beer after he wrapped up later that night. So between then I went I wondered the city with Amelia (the Australian) first, going up to the skyline and then later went for some drinks with Patrick (the Brit) and Briggon (the American). We've been drinking a lot of Taybeh which is the only beer made in Palestine in a small Christian community. We picked up some more beer and kicked back at ...
... seems to be that there are no rules. However, if one is bold and cheeky, the other drivers are really quite courteous, and don't get too upset if you try to cut through a line of traffic or try to get on to a grid-locked roundabout. By the end of the Nazareth experience, Brian was really starting to enjoy the cut and thrust of Israeli driving. What about Nazareth itself? It had been an ad hoc decision to go there, so we really hadn't done our homework as to what to see and ...