The Seasons Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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Went to the airport (smelly taxi driver - ouch!), got in line, checked in our bags, went through security, realized my biometric passport needs renewing, renewed the passport, got some duty free shopping (big discount only counts for next time ...
... the children staying at the SACH home, most of whom are from Tanzania and Zanzibar. Our teens found the experience incredibly uplifting and inspirational. After returning to the hotel for dinner, we heard from world-famous Israeli photographer Adi Ness, who discussed the processes and thoughts behind some of his most famous photographs.
Tomorrow, we gear up for our final Shabbat of the trip, which we will celebrate here in Tel Aviv!
... over again), and nobody is allowed to be standing up on planes in Israeli airspace. In other words, for the last thirty minutes of the flight, no one is allowed to stretch their legs or go to the bathroom. We took a taxi from the airport to our hostel, which took about 30 minutes. Jaffa is interesting- it reminded me of the outskirts of Istanbul or Izmir, which is to say a bit shoddy. Driving in it looked pretty dodgy and shut down, but it livened up in the evening and all of ...
... a sea port for 4,000 years. It is said that the whale spit Jonah out at Jaffa. Below you will see a picture of a lighthouse, which is a symbol of the biblical story when Peter was visited by an angel at Jaffa. Also, in the Jaffa port, is a large boulder called Andromeda Rock. According to Greek Mythology, the people of Jaffa tied Andromeda to the rock to sacrifice her to the sea monster to please Poseidon. Perseus rescues Andromeda and ...
... he was traveling with an emotional basket case. We explored the tombs and ruins together- both of us are terribly amateur photographers so most of our photo ops took several tries- and ended up on a mountain top just a few minutes too late for sunset. It was dark when we made our way down and all the other tourists had left. One thing to note about the Petra ruins is that they are spread across a HUGE area of land... Probably 8 ...