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This is a Roman Theatre in Caesarea. As you can see it is still in use today. It is right next to the sea which is to the right in this picture. Caesarea was very interesting (not that other places weren't) but unfortunately a lot of our film got exposed due to camera troubles. Oh well, I guess that means we'll have to go back again sometime. :) Here are a few I was able to recover.
This is me with Daniel and Esther. There were lots of Roman columns lying around all over the place. It's too bad this photo is grainy. It's a particularly nice one of Esther.
Here are Daniel and I with our feet in the Mediterranean. I think I ended up getting almost completely wet. This was in my younger days when I still had hair and no beard! :) I also went around Israel advertising Google which was on the t-shirt I won from them just before our trip.
This is Daniel and Esther playing on the Caesarean beach. Like always, it was too bad we didn't have more time there.
  1 Roman Theatre  
  2 Roman Columns  
  3 Caesarea Shore  
  4 Playing in the Sand  
This is why it was difficult to take a picture of Esther. She would always rush toward the camera and try to leap on the photographer. :) She was two that summer.
  5 Rushing the Camera  
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© Charles Grebe
This slide show is dedicated to my mother who made possible our summer 2000 visit to Israel.