Tel Aviv Seashore Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... into bed early. We are having ng some trouble with internet and uploading photos as it keeps timing out. Will hopefully get this sorted eventually. We still have to pinch ourselves, trying to get our heads around being on the other side of the world. It was so weird walking the streets struggling to find any signs not written in ...
... a back room that is also decorated in a very hippie manner- large swaths of fabric hanging from the ceiling, buddhas, Asian wall hangings. Up front, the musician was playing flute, drums, something that sounded almost like chimes, and who knows what else. The music wasn't rhythmical at all, and it wasn't workout music. It was what I'd describe as relaxing white noise.
It fit in very well with the class.
Mostly, we were on the mats on ...
... hill-top. One follows a defined zig-zag path through the building, and the whole thing starts off quite gently, describing the early days of the Nazi party, and the increasing restrictions imposed on the Jews through the 1930s. Then it's the start of the Second World War, the creation of the various ghettos, the first concentration camps and so on. It then deals with the annihilation of increasing numbers, and with all the other atrocities ...
... totally grey and once it is allowed to cure a little you make your way to the water. The rocks in the water are large because there are no waves in this sea in which nothing can live or survive. Once the rocks are navigated you turn around, squat till your bum sits just below the water line and just sit back. Wow, Lee and I are floating, ok you horrible people, stop saying " isn't that a given". You actually do not need to fight very much to ...
... 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 ...