Peace Vista Country Lodge (Mitzpe Hashalom)
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... I decided to get re-baptized in the river. I was originally baptized as a infant but have been through a lot in my life since and felt like I was able to personally make the discussion myself.
Gan HaShlosha was the last sight seeing stop for me today before I finished my travel back home. I choose this place purely off of reading about it in my hiking guide and knew I couldn't pass it up. Gan ...
... well in the photos.
From there, it was a short drive up the hill to the lovely monastery and retreat for pilgrims built on the site where Jesus supposedly spoke the Beatitudes. It was a lovely, modern church, set in beautiful gardens overlooking the Sea. We are only one of many visiting groups that we are tracking around the sites with, and one of them, a large group of Americans, started singing hymns in the church as we were wandering the gardens. Kind ...
... belt in the Midwest. Or in many parts of the US that are still much less safe than almost anywhere in Israel, for that matter.
Then their son, Eitan, came home with his friend Sharona. They carried a big sack of oranges from a friend’s grove as well as a bunch of fresh vegetables grown nearby which included broad beans and a bulb of fennel. The cornucopia also contained fresh picked pomegranates, buffalo mozzarella and eggs from a ...
... read the scripture passage of the sermon on the mount.
Then back on the bus where we made our way a short way up the road to Tabgha to the Church of the Multiplication where the miracle of the loaves and fishes. Again Father read the scripture passage. This visit was followed by yet again a short bus ride to the site commemorating the Primacy of Peter. This site commemorated Peter being designated as " the rock on which I shall build my ...
... towards the jetty. It had a great view, was very dark and peaceful and we decided we'd bring the others back later.
We went back to the hostel and I asked the arabic guy at the front desk where we could find good arabic food like shwarma or hummus and he pointed us in a direction away from the water and closer towards the city. We grabbed Faillon and Lianne and headed out to hunt for it. Walking past a fancy clothes boutique Lianne and I were amazed to see a teeny tiny ...