Our second day saw the storm continuing. Because of it, the amphitheater and Crusader fortress at Caesarea were closed. While disappointed, we went to the aqueduct that brought water to the city; stood at the top of the building at Mt. Carmel; crossed the valley to Megiddo, getting out of the rain down in the water tunnel; had our first Falafel near Nazareth; listened to Pastor Pat (the other one) read from the Gospel of Mark in the ancient synagogue of Nazareth; Stood at the top of the Precipice where they wanted to push Jesus off for blasphemy; and having driven through Cana, ended our day along the shores of the Sea of Galilee at the spot where the resurrected Jesus cooked breakfast for His disciples. All in all it was a good day. At the Sea of Galilee we were blessed to see a double rainbow.