We went inside an old church, St. Andrew's, built in 1927.
It was nice to see this beautiful nativity on Christmas Night.
The kids had lots of questions about the differences in Protestantism and Catholicism. It was especially interesting to Big Ben, who has many Catholic friends. We explained that it is all about how they view Jesus. Is He the only way we can come into a relationship with God? He only asks us to recognize that He is our only hope of salvation and accept His gift.
As we strolled through the town square, we found the sign to Simon the Tanner's House.
We ended with a quick fish dinner. It turned cold once the sun set!
We would soon learn that the main fish served around Tiberias is called St. Peter's fish. It is a type of tilapia and is the most common catch.
Tel Aviv was nice, but navigating traffic, the lack of streets signs, and one way streets was stressful. In the morning, we would set out for Tiberias!