Travel Blogs from Nazareth
Today we made our way to Nazareth, with the first stop at Nain wherethe story of the dead son shom Jesus healed and back to his mother.(Luke7:15)
We then made our way into Nazareth where we where taken on a tour of a village that had been rebuilt just as it ways during the time Jesus lived here. We enjoyed a 1st century lunch here which was …
... much soil. The Greek word tekton, which is used to describe Joseph and Jesus can also mean mason or builder. The Talmud contains the opinions of thousands of rabbis on a variety of subjects, including law, ethics, philosophy, customs, history, theology, lore and many other topics. The Talmud is the basis for all codes of rabbinic law and is much quoted in other rabbinic literature. The Talmud calls Jesus the builder and says that the builders are objective and could ...
... a large stone paved area, in the center of which there is a large stone, an olive tree and a sign which tells the story of the place in Hebrew, Arabic and English. In honor of the slope’s visit to Mount Precipice in 2009, an amphitheater seating 40,000 people was built on the orthern slopes of the mountain. From the top, it is a powerful display and the city of Nazareth, built on a hill facing the mountain, serves as a magnificent ...
... dough pastry…so delicious it was stupid. For lunch the following day, I went to a new restaurant that was formerly a boxing gym, and had Arabic sausages rolled into a pita, with a Tabouleh salad, washed down with Araq, a potent, anise-flavored liquor. If you ever happen to be in Israel whist dieting, do yourself a favor and stay away from Nazareth.
When I got to Fauzi Azar, I was informed of a morning tour around town available ...
... sweet. The 1885 is a romantic place, warm and welcoming, and it has been a great place for our 3 nights in the Galilee.
The expression "you use it or you lose it" was a lesson learned today. I thought I was a good driver, but coming close to two car accidents today showed me that I've lost some basic skills!
1. Navigation. Using a map? Figuring out when to turn right or left? Letting the driver know that a turn ...
Very ordinary, don't bother
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