Visited Tzfat with same friend with whom I went to Haifa. What a gorgeous place Tzfat is - the views, the artwork, the shops, the views and more views..... We entered Tzfat in a round about way that enabled us (sort of unexpectedly) to see the streets, homes and back alleys of the city. And the steps! So many steps as the city is on a hill - as is Haifa. One needs good strong legs to live in Tzfat.
Turns out I was right by the doorway that led into the apartment my daughter lived in when she did a modified version of Livnot U'Lehibanot: To build and be built, a wonderful program that does community service and other types of things. Check it out at http://www.livnot.com. Also went to the wonderful Tzfat Candle Factory - I am addicted to their stuff.
Picture 1: Signs to center of Tzfat. So much to choose from!
Picture 2: View from the restaurant where we ate lunch.
Picture 3: Some history: Metzuda - The Citadel. The highest point in Tzfat. During Second Temple times was used to light the bonfires that announced the Rosh Chodesh - the new month - was beginning. Stragetic military position as well.
Picture 4: An example of just one of the amazing pieces of sculptures that one sees all over Tzfat.