|Netanya||Apr. 18, 2024||Island Suites|
|Tiberias||Apr. 19-21 2024||Magdala Hotel|
|Jerusalem||Apr. 22-25, 2024||Lady Stern|
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Today we depart the US for our flight to Tel Aviv, Israel.
We land at Ben Gurion Airport and after passport control and baggage claim where you will meet your representative who will direct to your guide. Board your bus and if time permits take a scenic drive through Jaffa, the oldest port in the world. Jonah set sail for Tarshish from Jaffa but was swallowed by a whale. Jaffa was also the home of Tabitha, who was raised from the dead by Peter. Peter had his vision here while lodging in the home of Simon the Tanner. After the short tour you will drive through the modern city of Tel Aviv heading north to Netanya where you will check into your hotel overlooking the Mediterranean Sea for dinner and overnight.
Today we begin where the baptism of Gentiles began: at Caesarea Maritima. You will see the sunken harbor, the hippodrome, the theatre and the Roman aqueduct. Then drive to Muhraka (“burnt offering”) on Mt. Carmel and have a short hike to Muhraka Church and go up to its roof to have a magnificent panorama of the Plain of Jezreel (Esdraelon). Stop at Megiddo - har megiddo in Hebrew, which gave its name to Armageddon. The excavations that inspired James Michener’s book “The Source” you will drive down to Nazareth and your first stop will be at Nazareth Village, a first-century farm and village presenting the life, times and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth for all the world. You will then make your way to the Church of the Annunciation. Ascend Mount of the Precipice at the brow to an overlook surveying the Valley of Jezreel with a view of Mt. Tabor. Continue on to Cana, commemorating Jesus’ transformation of water into wine. Drive down to Tiberias and check into your hotel for dinner and the next three overnights.