Peace Vista Country Lodge (Mitzpe Hashalom)
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... or so, we knew that we needed to pace ourselves, so we did. We were then offered a choice of soups, but decided they'd be too filling. Next came a fish platter for each of us comprising generous pieces of salmon and a widely available local fish called St Peter's fish. We hadn't tried it before and found it to be very enjoyable. By then we were well and truly full and were contemplating whether maybe our stomachs could accommodate a small portion of dessert. Next ...
... wine industry was founded by Baron Edmond James de Rothschild, owner of the Bordeaux estate Château Lafite-Rothschild.
Today, Israeli winemaking takes place in five vine-growing regions: Galil (Galilee, including the Golan Heights), the region most ...
... of the Basilica of annunciation. This site around the basilica has been the cause of heated debate for many years as a the Muslims were given permission several years ago to build a big mosque there. This permit was taken away after massive protests by the Christians. As a result, only a small mosque (with a bright blue dome) was erected. There seems to be a power struggle here between religions. Shops have joined in the power ...
... too, as they got to run around outside and climb rocks a little bit. They also did some interacting with the actors, and I think D really did take some learning away from it, in his little 2.5 year old way. We took the opportunity at the gift shop to do some shopping and have a snack of ice cream.
From there, we made a loop by heading back to Tiberius for a late lunch. We drove through Kafr Kanna, one of the candidate sites of ...
... mean chicken soup (H had 2 bowls) and she is extremely sympathetic to tricky eaters - she was one herself! Solly even makes his own dried fruits - delicious dried mango - so H was in heaven.
Dinner was a mixed bag of conversions in Hebrew and English as some members of the family do not speak English!! We all made it through though...the time passed very quickly, the kids played outside (H played so soccer with Eli and Dorit's youngest son) and before we knew it it ...