of history! We also went to Mt. Carmel which had an absolutely stunning view of EVERYTHING; we could see Nazareth (where Jesus grew up), Mt. Tabor (where Jesus' transfiguration took place and He ascended to Heaven), and many, many other places that I cannot remember the names to that were in other countries beside Israel. What a beautiful landscape.... I can't wait to get up tomorrow and do so many more things, AND if I remember correctly, I think that we are going to be baptized in the River Jordan tomorrow. How cool will it be to be baptized were Jesus was baptized! But I'm extremely tired from our very long day and I'm gonna go to bed. Good bye everyone, or as the Israeli's say it: "Shalom" =D goodnight.
Saw a lot of cool ruins from the roman empire. Caesarea had a beautiful ocean landscape, just breathtaking the sites we saw. We saw a certification (carved in stone) by Pontius Pilate, the ruins of King Herod's palace, roman aquaducts, and so many more historical things. We lost two kids at Caesarea for a little while because they wandered away from the group. We took many photos, and I'll hopefully be uploading some good pictures tomorrow because we are all quite tired today after being up for 36 hours straight, we have all been drifting to sleep here and there on the bus ride, ooo and I forgot we also went to the Independence hall of Israel in Tel Aviv where, on May 14, 1948, Israel became a nation; really neat place with