Monthly Archives: January 2013
The world of the Dead Sea Scrolls comes to life in the ancient Essene desert outpost
The Benedictines who serve at Abu Ghosh’s Church of the Resurrection set aside hours and sometimes days for meditative silence, but when they do speak, it’s often in colloquial Israeli Hebrew with their Muslim neighbors
Identified by many scholars as the biblical village of Beit Hakerem, these lush, staggered hills boast splendid churches, a stone-encased spring, quaint little alleys filled with art studios and cafés — and a plethora of Old World charm
Going on holiday is one of the most expensive activities you’ll undertake all year. This is why you need to be aware of some of the best ways to save money both in the booking and the actual experience.
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