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... seats up top had gone up for sale for an additional $55 just prior to the flight. This couple happily went up to take two of the seats that had not sold. I'm glad they did, though, because I happily got up and placed myself comfortably in one of the seats that they abandoned. Another guy did the same and took the seat next to me. For the rest of the flight I had acres of legroom. I was very thankful for the extra legroom because of the back-to-back long flights to get to ...
... in the destruction of the city and the Temple. The ancient city was then at its largest, covering an area of ca. 445 acres (more than twice the size of the Old City today). In the same complex, we will also visit the Shrine of the Book. Here we will see the original Dead Sea scrolls and where they are housed. In the afternoon, we will drive to Ein Kerem, to visit the Church of the Visitation and the birthplace of John the Baptist. We will proceed to Bethlehem to visit the Church ...
... on Facebook and Skype had been helping us get through the evenings, maybe I need to take up sudoku or crosswords like my Mum. Although after a night without we woke up and it was back on. Today is fairly miserable weather, but we can't complain too much because yesterday was pretty beautiful. We have both woken up stiff and sore. A little double bed that is more like a futon is punishing our backs, but less than a week and ...
... the afternoon just relaxing and just getting over everything. So sick of the overbearing Americans on the ship and the rude Chinese people pushing and shoving you everywhere. Shanghai is a nice place but really it is just too crowded. I know Hong Kong will be the same but I am a little more used to Hong Kong where as I am not here. Diner tonight was the Oktoberfest that the ship put on so it was a very low key affair but was ...
... to the cruise port and we were on board by 11 a.m. Check-in was painless and best of all, FedEx had delivered all of our suitcases to our stateroom (they had picked up our suitcases in Venice the week before). We settled in quickly after lunch and were soon saying hello to quite a few friends we have met on prior cruises.
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