Sunday, October 10, 2010

En Hemed (Aqua Bella) National Park

The beautifully landscaped En Hemed National Park lies just off the busy Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway, with inviting lawns, picnic areas and a tributary of the Kesalon Stream flowing across the rocks. During the Crusader period the spring was called Aqua Bella¬––‘beautiful water,’ a name that extended to the entire region. Near the stream is a fortified, two-storey Crusader manor house.

We have had a lovely day. Circus, fire swallowers, stilts walkers, camel rides, and lots of works.
And a river streaming back to the sea.

and Michael the rope acrobat that worked magic in his performance.

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