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AIRLINE SCHEDULE EVERGREEN VALLEY CHURCH S4ZQC7  FLIGHT TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

NOV 5LVTUESDAYSAN FRANCISCO  6:15 PMTK 80
NOV 6ARWEDNESDAYISTANBUL  6:10 PM

LV
ISTANBUL  8:35 PMTK 864

AR
TEL AVIV  9:45 PM






NOV 17LVSUNDAYTEL AVIV  8:45 AMTK 865

AR
ISTANBUL12:15 PM

LV
ISTANBUL   1:55 PMTK 79

AR
SAN FRANCISCO  4:35 PM

  Israel November 5-14. 2019                      and optional        Jordan November 14-17. 2019

Evergreen Valley Church

November 5: Tuesday             Transatlantic
We depart San Francisco International for Tel Aviv, Israel.

November 6: Wednesday        Tel Aviv
On arrival we are met and assisted by our guide. Our coach is waiting, and we are transferred to our hotel in  Tel Aviv and a good night’s rest.
OVERNIGHT MEDI TERRA HOTEL NATAYNA

Day 3: Thursday, November 7    Caesarea Maritime, Mount Carmel,Tel Megiddo, Magdala
After a full Israeli breakfast, we travel along the Mediterranean coast to the ruins of Caesarea where Paul was imprisoned before being sent to Rome. Toward Haifa, we see the magnificent panoramic view from Mount Carmel, the location of Elijah's altar where he slew the prophets of Baal. We’ll tour the excavation of Tel Megiddo overlooking the Valley of Armageddon. The ruins of Megiddo are 30 civilizations deep going all the way back to the Canaanites. Continuing to the SFO of Galilee, we visit the ruins of Magdala on the western shore. It is the home town of Mary Magdalene.
BREAKFAST, DINNER AND OVERNIGHT GALILEE









Day 4: Friday, November 8    Nazareth, Boat Ride, Mount of Beatitudes, Primacy of Peter, Capernaum
After breakfast we travel to Jesus’ boyhood home of Nazareth and visit the recreated Nazareth Village. Back to Galilee we board a Galilean boat for a sail on the SFO of Galilee. After a time of worship, we visit the Mount of Beatitudes, site of the Sermon on the Mount followed by a stop along the Galilee shore for a visit the Primacy of Peter where Christ told Peter to “feed my sheep.” We continue to Capernaum, the city of Jesus to see the town so central to Jesus ministry. The ruins of Peter’s house are still seen along with the ruins of the ancient synagogue.
BREAKFAST, DINNER AND OVERNIGHT GALILEE

Day 5: Saturday, November 9     Tel Dan, Caesarea Philippi, Golan Heights, Bethsaida, Kursi, Yardenit
Early this morning go northward to ancient Tel Dan, where the Dan Tribe emigrated. Visit the unearthed city gates, a paved road, and remains of fortifications.  We also see Banias Springs, the source of the Jordan River and visit Caesarea Philippi where Peter confessed Christ as Messiah.  Returning to the Sea of Galilee via the Golan Heights, we stop at Bethsaida where Jesus healed the blind man. Bethsaida was the hometown of Peter, Philip and Andrew. Then we drive to Kursi, site of the miracle of the swine and where Jesus fed the 4000. Later in the afternoon we stop at the Jordan River site of Yardenite where you can be baptized if you wish.
BREAKFAST, DINNER AND OVERNIGHT GALILEE

Day 6: Sunday November 10    Beth She’an, Jordan Valley, Bedouin Lunch, Bethlehem
This morning on our way to Jerusalem, we visit the Decapolis city of Beth She’an. The ancient city on the hill is where Saul and his sons were hung after their defeat at Gilboa. It is one of the best preserved of all the Decapolis cities. We drive the Jordan Valley and ascend the Judean Hills near Jericho for a delicious Bedouin lunch in “Abraham’s tent.” Coming into Jerusalem we continue to nearby Bethlehem where we see the shepherd’s fields and visit the site of Jesus’ birth.
BREAKFAST, DINNER AND OVERNIGHT JERUSALEM

Day 7:  Monday, November 11    Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, Pool of Bethesda, Via Dolorosa, Mount Zion, Room of the Last Supper
We drive to the Mount of Olives for an outstanding view of the city and surrounding area.
We visit the Garden of Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations and the travel the Palm Sunday route of Jesus to the Old City. We enter the old city through the Sheep gate near the site of Stephen’s martyrdom. We stop at the Pool of Bethesda just inside the gate and sing in the acoustical marvel of Saint Anne’s church there. We continue along the traditional Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Then we walk through the shops of the Jewish quarter to Jaffa Gate and continue then to Mt. Zion where we visit the Room of the Last Supper and the traditional tomb of King David. 
DINNER AND OVERNIGHT JERUSALEM

Day 8: Tuesday, November 12     Dead Sea / Qumran / Ein Gedi / Masada
Leave Jerusalem for the Shore of the Dead Sea -the deepest point on earth (1200 feet below Sea level). Drive via the Judean Wilderness to the Dead Sea. Visit Qumran, the ruins of an ancient Essene community where the Dead Sea scrolls were found. Then drive to the Nature Reserve Ein Gedi, where King David found shelter from the rage of King Saul. Ascend to Masada by cable car to visit these magnificent ruins. Masada is the fortress where from 70-73 AD the Jewish Zealots made the last stand against the Roman Empire. Enjoy a short swim in the Dead Sea and travel via the Judean Wilderness to Jerusalem for dinner and overnight.
DINNER AND OVERNIGHT JERUSALEM

Day 9: Wednesday, November 13    City of David, Hezekiah Tunnel, Shrine of the Book, Model of Jerusalem, Yad Vashem, Garden Tomb.
This morning, we visit the recently uncovered, Pool of Siloam and the Hezekiah Tunnel in the City of David.  Later, we visit the Shrine of the Book where the Dead Sea Scroll collection is exhibited and where the amazing model of ancient Jerusalem. Then to Yad Vashem, the holocaust memorial.  Moving from images of hopelessness to hope, we visit the garden tomb of Jesus followed by an orientation beside Calvary where Jesus was crucified and have a special communion service.
BREAKFAST, DINNER AND OVERNIGHT JERUSALEM

Day 10: Thursday, November 14     USA or extend to Jordan
After breakfast, those who are going only to Israel are transferred to Ben Gurion airport for departure to the USA.

OPTIONAL EXTENSION TO JORDAN BEGINS

Allenby Bridge / Mount Nebo / Madaba / Petra
This morning we leave Jerusalem and continue to the Allenby Bridge near Jericho to cross the Jordan River into the kingdom of Jordan. After clearing customs and saying goodbye to our Israeli guide, we cross into the friendly and fascinating country of Jordan. We ascend up the eastern mountains to visit Mount Nebo where Moses saw the Promised Land. Continuing toward Petra we stop at Madaba where we view the most ancient map of the Holy Land which dates from 600AD. We continue to Petra.
DINNER AND OVERNIGHT                                   
MOVENPICK NABATEAN HOTEL PETRA

Day 11: Friday, November 15                                 Petra
After a delicious Jordanian breakfast, we arrive at the entrance to the Siq which leads us to Petra, one of the ancient wonders of the world. An easy walk of about a mile leads us to the end of the narrow canyon which opens spectacularly to the familiar Treasury which is carved out of predominately red stone. Further down, the valley opens to even more wonders. For the hardy there is a climb to the traditional burial site of Aaron, Moses’ brother. In the late afternoon proceed Jordan's shore of the Dead Sea.
DINNER AND OVERNIGHT CROWN PLAZA DEAD SEA

Day 12: Saturday, November 16               Baptismal Site /                                                     Allenby Bridge / Jerusalem
On our final day in the Holy Land we begin with another delicious Jordanian breakfast before departing from our hotel. Going down toward the Allenby Bridge and the Jordan River, we stop nearby to see the site which is believed to be the most likely place where John the Baptist baptized. It is also here on the plains of Moab where Elijah ascended into heaven in a chariot of fire. We cross back into Israel and have dinner in Jerusalem.
DINNER AND OVERNIGHT JERUSALEM

Day 13: Sunday, November 17    Transatlantic / USA
Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport for our flight home. We relax on our flight and arrive in San Francisco the same day.
BREAKFAST JERUSALEM AND TRANSATLANTIC

Pastor Tim and Pam Wood

PRICES
Israel $4350 double occupancy        
Single Supplement $922

Optional Jordan Extension $ 948
Single Supplement $382

Final Payment Date: Aug 8, 2019

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iNCLUDES IN ISRAEL

1. Coach class flight from San Francisco to Tel Aviv and back, including an      allowance of up to $500 for fuel charges and airline taxes.
2. Lodging double occupancy in 4 star hotels.
3. Full Israeli breakfast and dinner daily.
4. Touring coach & English-speaking, government-licensed guide on the           sightseeing days.
5. Transfers from / to the airport in Israel.
6. Entrances to sites listed in itinerary.
7. Porterage of 1 piece of luggage per person on arrival and departure              from each hotel.
8. Local government hotel taxes at the current prevailing rates.
9. Visit the Kotel Tunnel.
10. Bedouin Lunch at Genesis Land.
11. Boat ride on the Sea of Galilee.
12. Visit to Nazareth Village.

NOT INCLUDED IN ISRAEL
Airline fuel surcharges and taxes in excess of the allowance mentioned above; Tips and gratuities to drivers, guides or headwaiters. Approximately $16.00 per person per day’ All lunches except Bedouin lunch; Personal spending money for drinks, souvenirs, laundry, etc.;

Transfers to or from SFO and passenger’s home or organization; Travel insurance; Cost of obtaining passports, visas, handling fees, excess baggage and forwarding of baggage, entrance fees not mentioned, optional tours, transportation from cities other than San Francisco WA and vice versa, tips for personal favors, and costs resulting from absence or deviation from the itinerary and any items not mentioned as being included.

Price based on payment by check. Payment by credit card (call for details)

INCLUDED IN JORDAN
1. Lodging double occupancy in 4 star hotels.
2. Full Jordanian breakfast and dinner daily.
3. Touring coach & English-speaking, government-licensed guide on the           sightseeing days.
4. Entrances to sites listed in itinerary.
5. Porterage of 1 piece of luggage per person on arrival and departure              from each hotel.
6. Local government hotel taxes at the current prevailing rates.

NOT INCLUDED IN JORDAN

Israeli Bridge Crossing Taxes, ($48), Jordanian Bridge Crossing Taxes ($14); Entry Pass (Visa) to Jordan ($27) per person
Tips and gratuities to drivers, guides or headwaiters. Approximately $16.00 per person per day’ All lunches; Personal spending money for drinks, souvenirs, laundry, etc.; Travel insurance; entrance fees not mentioned, optional tours; tips for personal favors, and costs resulting from absence or deviation from itinerary and any items not mentioned as being included.h here.

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