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Had a nice, short tour of Sefat. The guide was knowledgeable and showed us around. One note was that we wanted a wine and cheese tour but it seemed like this was an afterthought versus being the main part. Also the wine and cheese wasn’t...More
My group met with a rabbi that gave us a talk on Kabbalah and Purim. He was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Very entertaining. They have items they sell too. On second floor. Plan on spending at least an hour if you come for a talk.
This gentleman was originally from Dearborn Michigan. Then came to Israel where he is a famous artist. He explained about his life and work of art and it was very interesting to here. Most of us bought some of his art.
The Kabbalah Center is Safed (Tzfat) promotes the study of Jewish mysticism (Kaballah) through relationship of biological and psychological anatomy in the five books of Moses (Torah) to explain and answer such questions as "who am I?" "Who is God?" "What is the World?" "Why...More
This old city is so incredibly quaint and beautiful. We had an amazing guide who showed us around town. Two interesting stories were that the earthquake hit tzfat many years ago because g-d wanted to encourage people to make the trip to Jerusalem. Also, there...More
It was not easy to find this open air museum, also known als Ancient Park. Signs and explanations are in Hebrew. There was no guided tour. It shows mainly old crafts and buildings from the Talmudic period. A rather nationalistic and propagandistic film is shown...More