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•Last day of the tour and we started it by attending a ANZAC service at Commonwealth Cemetary in Be'er Sheva.This event was marking the 97 th anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba,this battle was part of a wider British offensive in WW1 aimed at breaking the Turkish defensive line from Gaza to Beersheba .Fighting in this part of the world was regarded as being of only peripheral importance in1914 when ...
... Aubrea, and Zach all mozied up the mountain at various times since they were not joining the rest of us for what turned out to be an epic hike.
James, Josh, David, Kailey, Lindsay, Jenny, and myself geared up for a brush-whacking, water-draining, land-exploring day. We took off on a trail near camp that led up to the top of the lowest saddle on the ridge across the valley from the Moshav intending to find a goat farm on the other side that ...
... br> winding our way back to the bus, I got excited when I saw this rainbow flag with
a Star of David in the center. I walked
over to see what type of shop it was & it was a barber shop. I decided to take a photo of the flag. This woman sitting there said “hey, what’s so
interesting? It’s a hairdresser?” ...
... display board and proceeded to my gate. While waiting in line to board the plane, I loaded my Keepgo sim card into my iPhone. I highly recommend Keepgo for short trips abroad. For about $7 a day, I was able to use up to 50 MB of 3G data a day in both Romania and Ukraine.
Once aboard the flight, which operated more like a bus, I found the first aisle seat available (in row 4). Wizzair does not offer assigned seats except to those who pay ...
... of Jesus Crucifixion and burial.
The Church was established in 333 by the Roman emporer Constantine, after his mother, Queen Helena, marked the place of Golgotha during her visit in 326AD. The site was selected based on memories of the site as an execution place, and on the existence of a garden, tombs and fragments of wood planks.
Inside the church are many altars and points of interest, including the Stone of Unction, the Holy ...