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... There was a restored amphitheater where concerts are played all summer long. The hippodrome was a mini-Circus Maximus where Herod put on chariot races and “hunting” entertainments for the Romans and other foreigners stationed there. The hunt was the climax of the performance – lions apparently existed in the hills of Judea during the time of Christ. The Romans hunted, captured, starved and then let them loose against prisoners who had already been condemned ...
... see the difference at the border between Israel--lush and green with a variety of crops growing, with water reservoirs, and Syria, dry and barren with nothing growing. From this mountain, we could clearly see Mt Hermon, the highest peak in Israel. Psalm 133 certainly paints a different picture than the Mt Hermon of today which has mutliple intelligence towers and antennas atop.
We enjoyed a BBQ dinner tonight outside on the hotel ...
... up to Mark. I haven't even asked for an itinerary so we are all going to be on this adventure together.
What I do know .. .
I am leaving on June 4th at 8:30am on Air Canada. I fly from LAX to Toronto where I have a 1 1/2 hour lay-over before going on to Tel Aviv. I arrive in TLV at 11:40am on June 5th. My first site of Israel will be in daylight! Yes, for those of you who don't know, this is my first ...
... were standing. We admired the view then climbed up the 'camel' rock to see a higher view.
After buying a few snacks we headed down into the crater to find the camp ground. It was crowded but we found a place to put up tents in the shelters. After a few air mattress dramas we had a nice relaxing evening before heading to bed after looking at the stars. The moon was a bit bright for good viewing but we managed to pick some things out. ...
... another 15 minutes along a knife edged slanted cliff, until
you re-read the book and realize that there's been a mistake. Guess which type
of missed turn-off this was? Now for
another first. Call it a meltdown, a brainfade, a kriza, dropping or losing
the plot, spitting the dummy. I had it all. When I realized that I'd spent 12,000
calories climbing a near vertical incline, had reached the highest point on
this leg ,all for nothing AND now had to do it all ...