Sea of Galilee Guest House

Address: Almagor, Galilee, 12922, Israel | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Almagor

        Day Four

        A travel blog entry by newtoa on Sep 11, 2014

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        Today began with a visit to "The Jesus Boat", a 2000 year old fishing boat that was discovered in 1986. The excavation was detailed and arduous because the wood was so delicate, but tenacity paid off with a beautiful one-of-a-kind artifact. A beautiful museum was built to house the boat. We then boarded a replica of "The Jesus Boat" for a ride from Ginosar to Tiberias. We sang and danced and had ...

        Chutzpah! I think I have it!

        A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 14, 2014

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        ... on the hills of Jordan on the far side. I found a rock shaped like a bean bag chair, curled up and watched the changing light over the water. The rock retained the day's heat as the breeze cooled. If I had had a pillow I could have fallen asleep right there. So, yes, I think I do have chutzpah ....the audacity to something when everyone else thinks you are crazy. I would not have missed this adventure for anything! Going to get up for sunrise tomorrow, so Ciao for ...

        The Masada, Dead Sea, & Bedouin Tents

        A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 08, 2014

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        ... sluggish getting there at 4am). When we got to Masada, I was amazed to see how many other Birthright groups were also pulling up in large tour busses. It was still dark out, but the dusty lot was quickly filling with tired but excited young Jews. Zack announced that there was an unwritten but very real competition to get to the top of Masada first in order to claim the best real estate come sunrise. Hearing that, I felt a surge of adrenaline, ready to race up ...

        Masada and the Dead Sea

        A travel blog entry by oomstravels on Jun 17, 2014

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        ... steep cliffs. It also had a sophisticated water storage system and storehouses of food. In 73 AD, the first recorded psychological warfare occurred when the Romans surrounded the "stronghold" by building a wall entirely around Masada and built a siege ramp up one side. The Zealots figured that they had no sense of survival, so the men killed their wives and children and then killed themselves. When the Romans finally ascended the stronghold and were ready for a ...

        Lag B'Omer pilgrimage to Mt. Meron

        A travel blog entry by spsadventures on May 11, 2014

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        ... people singing, dancing, and praying. There were street vendors selling everything from shawls and light-up toys to bibles, ritual hand-washing cups, and portraits of famous rabbis.
        Everywhere I turned, I saw action, hubub, and excitement.

        I wandered up the hill, from whence a stream of humanity was flowing. Despite going in the opposite direction as the mass, I wasn't particularly jostled, and people were certainly allowing me ...