Sea of Galilee, Israel

“At levels between 215 metres (705 ft) and 209 metres (686 ft) below sea level,[4] it is the lowest freshwater lake on Earth and the second-lowest lake overall (after the Dead Sea, a saltwater lake).[5] The lake is fed partly by underground springs although its main source is the Jordan River which flows through it from north to south.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_of_Galilee

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Accommodation :

https://www.eingev.com/

 

Tower of David Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

“The exhibits depict 4,000 years of Jerusalem’s history, from its beginnings as a Canaanite city to modern times. Using maps, videotapes, holograms, drawings and models, the exhibit rooms each depict Jerusalem under its various rulers. Visitors may also ascend to the ramparts, which command a 360-degree view of the Old City and New City of Jerusalem.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tower_of_David

Ticket :

http://www.tod.org.il/en/museum/visitor-info/

 

Mount of Olives, Jerusalem, Israel

“Separated from the Eastern Hill (the Temple Mount and the City of David) by the Kidron Valley, the Mt. of Olives has always been an important feature in Jerusalem’s landscape.  From the 3rd millennium B.C. until the present, this 2900-foot hill has served as one of the main burial grounds for the city.  The two-mile long ridge has three summits each of which has a tower built on it.”

http://www.bibleplaces.com/mtolives/