The stops at the Church of Mary and the Church of St. Paul were great and our guide, Yosef, did a great job of highlighting the significance of the events. After the churches it was time for the 30+ min obligatory stop at the kitschy gift shop before heading to the Sea of Galilee. The village on the shores of Galilee was surprisingly serene and beautiful and it was easy to transport yourself to biblical times. During your $20-$25 banquet room style lunch stop (not including drinks) just know that the tilapia from Galilee is served as a whole fish, not a filet, so if this bothers you go for the red snapper which is a traditional breaded and fried fish filet. We also stopped at the Jordan River baptism site which, was beautiful and sentence and also custom built for individual and group baptisms with ramps, etc. to access the water easily. Our guide did depart the tour early because his home was on the north side of Tel Aviv which created some confusion on the tour drop off stops. Tip would have been double had he not chosen to exit early.