Rimonim Ha'Maayan Nazareth Hotel
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... 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 ...
... trail overview for anyone wondering yes the hike was safe. If you do not believe me then think about who would have the most problem hiking the trail. I would say a young, white skinned, blond that is solo... aka ME! Once again I am typing so I just still be safe.
Hosea 2:14 “Therefore I am now going to allure her; I will lead her into the wilderness and speak tenderly to her.
... the sky is blue and life is good!
First stop was the preserve of the land allocated to the tribe of Dan. Lot of foliage. It is there that Jereboam built altar that drew people away from Jerusalem and began serving other gods.
Then onto Caeserea Philip named after one of Caesars child who ruled in this area. In the context of Caesar being worshiped as the son of god, Jesus chose that area to devil are ...
... day here, bustling with all the arab and christian shoppers, and israelis. It was also busy with so many tour buses.
We found our way up the hill to the church called the Basilica of the Annunciation. It is a Roman Catholic church, and is the largest one in the middle east. The interior of the main sanctuary is breathtaking, regardless of your faith. Amazing stained glass windows and mosaics. It enshrines a grotto and cave that many believe to be ...
... Temple of Augustus which Herod built to honor Augustus Caesar for which the city was named. We saw a 15 minute movie which took us through the different time periods and rulers of the city - Rome, Byzantium, Muslem, Crusaders, Turks until WWI. Then David took us through the ruins of the amphitheater, Herod's palace, and we walked along the grounds and stands of the ...