As we got some days off for Shavuot holiday here in Israel, we decided to go and have a nice Northern-Israel trip.
For those who don’t really know what Shavuot holiday means, here are a few words about it:
Shavuot is one of the Shalosh Regalim (Three Pilgrimage) which are 3 major events in the Jewish year (the 3 are Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot) as in the ancient times, these 3 holidays were the only times the Jewish people were going to Jerusalem from all over the country to visit the great temple and participate in big festivities and ritual worship. Shavuot is the first harvest time of the year in Israel as well as the celebration of God giving the Torah to the Israeli people.
Back to our story: I have booked us a Zimmer (a room in a hut) in Rosh Pina, at the highest neighborhood in the city with an amazing view to the Galilee Sea and the surroundings.