Tulip Inn Sea of Galilee
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Having snorkeled in the Red Sea, floated in the Dead Sea, and swam in the Mediterranean Sea, it was now time for our journey to the Sea of Galilee. The first part of our trip included much in the way of historic points of interest and archeological sites; the next few days will be more Biblically based as we retrace the steps of Jesus along the. Sea of Galilee where he spent much of his life. We are happy that Len and Paula are game ...
... close to the hotel was filthy with discarded trash but the water itself appeared clean and fresh. Yaron went for a swim. I dipped my toes in. It was a disappointment but we figured that the hotel didn't own any of the beach on the lakefront. The hotel buffet dinner was scrumptious. It was a lovely balmy evening and we sat out in the garden after dinner to finish the wine - (A local Barbera), then turned in for a well deserved rest.
... not ask if I knew him.
On we ventured to Tiberias, which is on the Sea of Galilee (aka Lake Kinneret). Tiberias is mentioned in the new testament. We walked through the old cemetery, which has graves in place that are over 1,000 years old. Drove south and showed F&S Annette's old army base, which is next to Kibbutz Degania Alef. It is still there, but closed and falling apart. Stopped at the Jordan River to show them where people get baptised ...
... walk down this mountain, we planned to go to Nebi Shu'eib to see the shrine of the prophet Jethro, father-in-law of Moses. The Druze consider this a very holy place and you are not allowed in if your knees or shoulders are bare. Three men had on shorts. The guys tried to improvise by tying things around their legs, but it was not acceptable. It was funny, though!
After that, I was tired and did not want to overdo, so, I took the bus back to Lavi. I had a nice afternoon of ...
... 8221; did not come “marching home”, manufactures put a moment of silence into the song to honor the fallen soldiers. According to the presenter, we would never hear anything like this again because it was “one of a kind”, and he was right!
A walk down the streets of Zippori: http://youtu.be/VkfU1f37Zks
Zippori tax office mosaics:http://youtu.be/zcdb60YbaEA
Zippori private villa ruins: http://youtu.be/V7WYp2Gsebg