Ron Beach Hotel
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"Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it's holy ground. There's no greater investment." - Stephen Covey
You get out of the car and walk onto the grounds and it is at once just beautiful and restful. The gardens are quiet and overlook the Kinneret. On the grounds is a Catholic chapel built in 1939 by the Franciscan Sisters with the support of the Italian ruler Mussolini. In the front of the church are symbols representing ...
We have finally arrived at our apartment for the month of March. Our flight over to London was not too bad, a few bumps. But we were able to get a few hours of sleep in our nice flat beds.
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... announced to his son that this would be the final resting place for the remains of the Bab (Gate), his spiritual predecessor who died in Persia in 1850. The remains were brought to Haifa in 1909 and interred into the golden-domed Shrine of the Bab, which combines the style and proportions of European architecture with designs inspired by the Orient.”
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... Please pray that we can recover it eventually.
It was such an incredible adventure!! Thank you for walking with us and experiencing our adventure the best you could through our blog. I wish I could have taken you all in my pocket to hear the sounds, experience the emotions, smell the smells, feel the breeze and swim in the seas. It was unbelievable. Life-changing.
I have ...