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... Silva and chose to die as free men at their own hands in preference to Roman slavery. From the top of Masada, the outlines of the Roman encampments are still visible below. We will return back to Jerusalem and to our hotel for our farewell dinner. <b>Overnight in Jerusalem February 6 - Day 10: Departure </b>After breakfast, we will be driven to Ben Gurion Airport for our flight back home with everlasting memories of ISRAEL - God’s promised land. <b> ...
This morning I woke up feeling bad again, so sick of feeling like ****. I ache everywhere and I am so tired of the coughing and bringing up all this phlegm. After breakfast John decided to go to the park for a walk but I did bit feel like going, I needed some time alone. So while John was out I went to the Lido deck and sat in the sun. Around 11am John came back and told me there was a nice print for sale on the dock, so I went to take a look, the print was ok and ...
... to the Lido Deck for a casual meal. I had Manhattan Clam Chowder which was quite nice while John had Dutch Green Pea Soup which he said was like his. We both had the Prune stuffed Loin Pork for main with vegetables and pepper corn gravy...very nice. I had pavlova and coffee ice cream for dessert while John only had coffee icecream. All my resolutions about not over eating and staying away from desserts have come to nothing.......oh well only 17 more days before we get off the ...
... somewhere between 5-9 degrees. All I had was two t-shirts and my sleeveless jacket and scarf, should have put my jumper on but didn't. Josh got frustrated with the wait so walked to the WWII museum. I waited in line, I was happy to wait and then walk back but I was not prepared to walk both ways. When I got to the Museum I discovered you had to pay $4 to get in, well I had no money so I couldn't go in ...
... take it. The tour guides were
hilarious and their knowledge was impressive. Apparently the good old
forefathers of Seattle thought it would be a good idea to build the city on the
tidal flats, which meant that twice a day the streets of downtown flooded with
both sea water and sewage. After a fire in…a year that I forget…30 blocks of
downtown burned to ground, and they thought, sweet as, now we can make things a
bit better than the ...