Leonardo Plaza Hotel Tiberias
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... in the water for a "holy" pedicure! This was one of the most entertaining experiences ever! Check out the video ;-)
It was an excellent day and I saw so much of northern Israel from the bus. I returned home exhausted and quite pleased with the day!
Words for the Day:
"Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it's holy ground. There's no greater investment." - Stephen Covey
... drive there, there were many signs warning us of minefields in the area as it was previously Syrian territory.
Lunch today was a quick bite at a Druze village named Mas'ade. It was like a thin pita with soft goat cheese in the center, rolled up like a burrito. IT WAS AMAZING. Pictures below.
Our last stop was at the Hermon River Nature Reserve. Eva told us that the spring here is one of the ...
... 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 ...
... or sign of authority. Evaluate or judge the content of the Torah, Lord sits on his throne...Jews treat scripture as moving and living and not straight forward, so it would need to be debated and discussed. It takes one year to transcribe the Torah, so it was very expensive. Most homes did not have one, so the memorized huge portions of the Torah and the scrolls are kept at the synagogue in jars to protect and preserve them. From there we ventured southwest to ...
... USA, many of the drivers were stopping for me to cross, even when I wasn't in a crosswalk and was waiting patiently or when they had the right-of way. (Not all of them were like that, so don't go running out in the street like you might in podunk USA.) The other people hawking food were friendly about it and most certainly didn't say anything bad when I declined. One local I spoke with even said that one of his favorite ...