Leonardo Plaza Hotel Tiberias
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Today we started at 5:00am. Our goal was to see the rest of Israel and some of the sites in the north. We went from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv. From there we hugged the Mediterranean Sea to Mount Tabor. Our first stop was the Church of Annunciation and Church of Saint Joseph in Nazareth. We passed by the city of Cana and got to see all that. On to the …
... it ( 1 Kings 9:15 ). Israelite Hazor was destroyed in the military campaign of Tiglath-pileser 111 in 732 B.C.E. And it's residents were exiled exiled along with the inhabitants of the entire Galilee.( 2 Kings 15:29 ) •Continuing to drive north we passed the fertile Hula Valley.Before the Yom Kippur war (1977 ) it was held by Syria and was undeveloped ,swampy and malaria infested.Today it has ...
... guide said this is the most Ibex that he has ever seen here--we saw at least 100 animals, so cool). (I Samuel 23:29; I Samuel 24:2)
After a very full day, we arrived at Isrotel Hotel at the Dead Sea; what a beautiful place. Our room is on the ninth floor overlooking the Dead Sea. We have been very blessed to have all of our rooms on this trip with views of the Mediterranean, Sea of Galilee and now the Dead Sea. The ocean is 3.9% ...
... the shops. This area is very old, and is interesting to see all the buildings still in place and being used. What is noticeable is the change over the years, from being predominantly a Jewish presence, to now a Russian one. It is like one giant flea market, It makes you wonder how much do they really sell, and is it enough to sustain a living. Obviously some must do okay.
... Israeli teachers joined us for a visit the botanical gardens at the Oranim Academic College. The kibbutz movement founded Oranim in 1951 as a college to train high-quality childcare workers and teachers. The college is located on a hill, surrounded by a forest of pine trees and view of the Carmel Mountain in the Jezreal Valley. We walked through the student’s gardens where we observed a professor and his team of 6th grade research assistants ...