Kfar Blum area Day 3: Relaxing at Pastoral Kfar Bloom hotel

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July 14th 2020
Published: December 17th 2020
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We spent the day relaxing, not feeling any pressure to go anywhere. The back glass door of our suite opened to a small private patio garden. This was shielded from the outdoor spaces of neighboring rooms by shrubbery, for a good feeling of privacy as well as security from potential virus.

During the morning we used the efficient hotel internet to access some classes in a summer program in which we were enrolled. We each used our headphones with our iPads to avoid generating noise that might disturb our neighbors while sitting on the patio.

The weather was ideal for lounging and reading on our private patio. We took a simple lunch break with a snack we had collected from the breakfast offerings.

Don decided to wander around the hotel environs for a bit in the afternoon. He walked over to look at the hotel swimming pool. A reasonable number people were swimming or sitting around the pool area, but it did not appear overly crowded. He continued his stroll by following signs to the Jordan River promenade. A short distance beyond the hotel grounds he indeed found the Jordan River flowing by. It seemed a relatively narrow strip of water accessible through a gate on a wire fence. There was a small footbridge which he could see a couple of people had walked across.

We ended the afternoon with tasty ice cream purchased in the hotel lobby.

Dinner was good and again well controlled. After a bit more reading we called it a night and settled into bed.



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