In the reflection you can see the Sea of Galilee and a little bridge over a duck and fish pond-- gifts to the hosts and friends at James' Weekend Reflections and at Louis la Vache's Sunday Bridges.
You'd never know it, but right behind the windows were hundreds of tourists eating seafood.
Yes, this is the famous fish restaurant of Kibbutz Ein Gev.
A view of the restaurant and patio.
All the palm leaves were furiously blowing eastward.
It was a strange super-hot day in June with a strong west wind creating a dust storm and rare whitecaps and high waves.
This is a map for Christian pilgrims from the Yardenit website.
Ein Gev is on the right (east) side of the lake.
In case you missed my post on the yummy St. Peter's fish we had at Ein Gev, it's here.