Ron Beach Hotel
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... buried in mud in the Sea of Galilee during a drought year. Very unusual for something made of wood to be preserved for that long. It is not presented as a boat that Christ would have used, tho the possibility is not discounted, but as a fisherman's boat similar to that of the era the apostles would have used. The story of finding the boat and restoring it was quite interesting. Next up was a visit to a site dedicated to Mary Magdalene, featuring an ...
... sat outside and enjoyed conversing with a couple from Washington DC. He is a professor of philosophy and psychology at Georgetown University and she was a nurse at the Washington hospital. He came from Belgium for his new job at the time Clinton was in his last year of his undergrad. So there are many more years of travel ahead of us if we go by this couple. Last stop was Tel Aviv, where we walked around Jaffa, ...
... music boxes piled on top of each along with sundry defunct musical instruments. The presentation was one-of-a-kind as the Brooklyn ex-pat took us through the history of the music box by playing several for us.
As I sat alongside my fellow travelers in a black plastic lawn chair I knew this was a once in a lifetime experience punctuated with the presenter’s witty quips and rhetorical questions. After a lesson on how music boxes worked, we began with ...
... states and the Bible comes alive. Jesus instructed the disciples (fisherman) to cast their nets on the "right" side of the boat, they had been fishing all night, they would have been fishing off both sides at some point throughout the night so why the right side? If you look back through scriptures with a Jewish perspective, remember that Jesus was Jewish and his words (the Bible) were written to a Jewish audience. The "right" ...
... Shpajat (Splitz in English). It was nice and intimate.The bartender could speak English very well because he studied in USA. We enjoyed the beer on tap - Goldstar. But it was only 9 pm so nobody was in the bar as most people go out much later - 11pm or midnite. The second bar we went to was called Evita - it had 2 for 1 beers for 28 shekels (about 4 shekels to the dollar) so a good deal. There was a bachorlette party occurring - the chef from our hotel was dressed in ...