After the sumptuous seven-course breakfast served at the inn, I took a stroll around the corner to pay a visit to the Cana Wedding Chapel where Jesus is heralded as performing his first miracle, changing water into wine. The front of the church is situated along a narrow cobbled alleyway that leads to three Catholic churches and a handful of tourist vendor shops.
After visiting the wedding chapel, I wandered up the alley. The church at the top of the alley was not open, so I wandered around the grounds and came upon the most resplendent rose bush. The flowers were a brilliant and stunning shade of red. I had to touch the leaves because I thought that perhaps they were made of velvet. The entire bush was covered with roses in full bloom, each rose perfect and beautiful in the design of how its petals unfurled.