Leonardo Plaza Hotel Tiberias
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Theme: The Galilean Ministry of Jesus Travel this morning around to Tabgha, site of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes (Mt 14:20). This church is built on the stone on which he Lord placed the bread. The altar stands on this rock. It is a simple church built in 1962. The mosaic is a very beautiful depiction of birds and plants. We then …
Our pilgrimage starts this morning with a visit to Bethany Beyond the Jordan, one of the most recent archaeological and religious discoveries. The five springs here form a tributary of the Jordan River and believed to be the Baptismal site of Jesus by John the Baptist. So authentic is this site that His Holiness Benedict XVI chose this as an …
... new church built to honor women in the bible. The front looks out to the sea, and the altar is a large boat. An infinity pool surrounds the church. It really was quite amazing. We drove along the eastern shore of the Sea and stopped a few times to swim. Our drive took us within about 30 km of the Syrian border. One is constantly aware of the proximity of Israel to her neighbors - Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt - and that's not even factoring in the West Bank. ...
... displayed an old tombstone from 1279. We then wandered around along the waterfront and back into town. Had to stop and have a felafel. So good.
The day was waning on and we all were starting to tire. On we went back to Haifa, and stopped at the supermarket to stock up on some goodies, especially another 6 bottles of vino. Back to the apartment, and enjoyed talking about our day. Sarah and Annette got some ...
... 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 ...