When we visited Cana it was pouring with rain. Hopefully, the weather was rather different at the time of the story that has made this place so famous - though, in fact, Cana has moved - lock, stock and barrel - so the location is not precisely the same in any case.
However, that does not prevent there from being an attractive church to commemorate Jesus' first miracle and, just across the path, a souvenir shop that features tastings of Cana of Galilee wine - which was very sweet. However, this visit was an opportunity to reflect on the impact that Jesus made in so many different ways. Jesus was - and is - concerned with everyday things, the things that matter to us, and helps us respond to the situations in which we find ourselves.
When Jesus turned the water into wine at that wedding, that must have made a real difference to the lives of the families and friends at that particular social occasion. It is important to remember, as we were frequently reminded during our trip, that we are not just dealing with a historical Jesus but relating to a living one. It is not that he was in these places. He is in these places!