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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... destroyed/built/ caught fire/rebuilt many times during the last 2,000 years.
There are three primary custodians of the church, Greek Orthodox, the Armenian Apostolic and Roman Catholics and more recently the Coptic Orthodox, Ethiopian Orthodox and Syrian Orthodox have acquired lesser responsibilities – 6 churches in 1!! Consequently there were many souls in the church, pilgrims from the above faiths in their separate sections ...
Our room at Pina Barosh was our favorite so far on this trip: very comfortable couch and great bed in a stone-walled courtyard renovated from an old stable, spacious, responsive staff, lovely breakfasts on a patio overlooking the Galilee, waking every morning to enthusiastic birds, near the artists in the old (new by Israeli standards) ...
Our friends in Arad took us this morning to the art studio they're developing. Their friend Svi is the resident artist. They are also creating an Asian tea room there, where they plan to help Israelis understand the truth of Scripture through Asian themes and media (since Israelis are very attracted to all things Asian). They also took ...
... balancing act within the divine dates back to pre-Israelite times, when it encompassed two separate deities. It is believed that the holiest site for Canaanites in Israel was Megiddo, Har Megiddo, the inspiration for Armageddon. The pagan shrines there were destroyed as early as 2000 BCE, 4000 years ago, but were dedicated to the female goddess Ba’elet, who likely engaged in sacred marriage with the god Ba’al. While most think that the apocalyptic link ...
... Gene and Tim.
The food has been disappointing so far. I do eat in the Lido, so maybe it’s better in the dining room, but I hate the idea of small talk over a two hour dinner. I don’t expect or want Michelin quality, but last night’s beef stroganoff tasted like roast beef out of a can. Even I could cook that at home.
Books I’ve read:
- - Dear Committee, ...