I photographed this view while on the Peak Trail on Mount Meiron (or is it Mount Meron). You drive up the mountain, park close to the top then hike around the mountain.
Elsewhere in the Blogosphere
- That’s my house in Egypt you’re living in: Tahrir Square in history. Wow.
- A new(ish) writing blog by Gabriella: she also writes on Hannah’s Nook (formerly Ilana-Davita).
- Book Review: Hanns and Rudolf: The True Story of the German Jew Who Tracked Down and Caught the Kommandant of Auschwitz on the blog Jewaicious
12 thoughts on “Review with View of Galil”
Thanks so much for the link! Gorgeous overview in the photo! Shabbat Shalom!
Wow, glad you got into the site to write a comment. Bluehost was down all morning and part of the afternoon.
Glad you enjoy the view and Shabbat Shalom.
Makes me wonder how you got up there…
I added that information to the top of the post! Thanks for visiting, Michelle.
What an inspiring view, though I am prone to vertigo 😉 Is the viewpoint one a person can drive to or hike to, or both?
See top of post. Don’t hike to the top of the Presidential Range in New Hampshire – there I feel like I’m going to fall right off into the world below.
Thank you so much for the shout out! You have been busy.
Busy? Oh, I suppose! I think of this blog as my way to relax.
Thanks for linking to my writing blog!
You’re most welcome.
Very interesting links (esp. the Hanns and Rudolf book and the post about Egyptian Jewish property being turned into embassies–wow is right). Amazing picture.
The idea that Tahrir Square was once a largely Jewish neighborhood – hm, I wonder why that’s never in news reports.
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