Day #5 Jerusalem to Tiberias

Day #2 of our tour.

We saw so much.

The time seemed so long, and so short.

Since it is impossible to remember all our guide told us, I placed some links.

Please enjoy the photos – It was hard to choose.

Panoramic View From Mt. Carmel

Elijah challenged King Ahab and the prophets of Baal here.

Resting at Mt. Carmel

The day was very warm. This was one of the most restful stops we had. It was so peaceful.

About Kibbutz – http://archive.jewishagency.org/first-home-homeland/program/16766
We had a delightful lunch here.
View of Bethlehem from the Kibbutz.
A quiet walk way outside the Kibbutz.
Caesarea

The place where Harod’s palace was.

On the horizon, part of his palace was made into a restaurant.

Entry to the Roman Amphitheater.
Tunnel to the theater.
Still in use today.

Some of the ancient names can still be read on the seats.

A Breath of Ocean Air.
Lovely Caesarea Beach
The restaurant. https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g297742-d7251187-Reviews-Limani_Bistro-Caesarea_Haifa_District.html
Aqueduct – https://followinghadrian.com/2015/01/05/the-hadrianic-aqueduct-of-caesarea-maritima-israel/

We would love to visit Caesarea again, and stay a while.

What a beautiful town it was, oh and the ocean!

Jezreel (Yizrael) Valley – Armageddon
Jezreel (Yizrael) Valley – Armageddon

Olive trees in the distance from Mt. Precipice
My hubby with Mt. Tabor in the background.

Mount Tabor. … In the Hebrew Bible (Joshua, Judges), Mount Tabor is the site of the Battle of Mount Tabor between the Israelite army under the leadership of Barak and the army of the Canaanite king of Hazor, Jabin, commanded by Sisera. In Christian tradition, Mount Tabor is the site of the transfiguration of Jesus. (Google search)

After leaving Mt. Tabor, we headed on to our hotel, that night would be our first night in Tiberias.

We. Were. Exhausted.

Please join me next time for Day #6.

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