Hadrian'S Gate Hotel
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Nothing special. Basically a guesthouse. Overpriced, but hey they're the only hotel in town.
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... is free but we need to pay him 1 jd to watch the car. Soon we found out we should have parked in the closer parking lot, oh well the car was there and safe when we got back, just like it would have been even if we hadn't paid him.
The entrance fee is 8 jd and free for kids under 15 - lucky day for Hunter. The huge entrance is beautiful, a huge stone wall with 3 entrances. We wandered around looking at old tombs, amphitheaters, a street lined with columns, ...
... artemis. Then after a very filling and delicious lunch at the Lebanon restaurant and for us we had no booze with our lunch shock horror! Will have to make up for that this evening at the halloween do. David forgot to mention my little dance on the Amphitheatre stage to the bag pipes if the Bedouin musicians . Can be seen on our Facebook ...
On Monday, we left the Gai Beach Hotel on the Sea of Galilee and headed south toward the Dead Sea. Walt, our Moody professor guide led us in devotions from Hebrews 11. It's truly a blessing to be on a trip where the focus is on The Lord and His Word.
On the road, we passed by Mt. Tabor, which Catholics believe is the Mount of Transfiguration. There is a massive church built on the top. As we continued on, our Israeli guide talked a ...
... the Ottoman Turks in WW I (the film, Lawrence of Arabia depicts it.) Finally, at Jerash in northern Jordan. Marcie said, "it makes the ruins in Rome look sick" They cover about 200 acres with mammoth arched gates, baths, "shopping malls" and rooms of houses. This was one of the Decapolis cities so Jesus would have preached here. It was amazing! Will try to add ...
... reconstructed. It is where the gladiators jousted and races were held.
We saw the Temple to Zeus.
And the Oval Plaza, ie, the town square.
We walked along the splendid avenues lined with graceful colonnades.
We passed by the Temple to the Water Nymphs.
We saw the Temple to Artemis.
Then we drove another 45 minutes to the Fortress in Ajlun. We passed fertile green hills lined with olive groves. ...