Dekel Guesthouse - Ramat Gan
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... everywhere. You feel very safe here even though there is little military presence so far. The city is full of little boutiques and shops everywhere. It reminds me a lot of Manhattan in New York. This morning we got up at 6 AM and ate like a kings again as the meals here so extravagant and they give you about 10 times more food then you can actually eat. On Sunday it is the Sabbath day so you could not eat dairy or other like things but I'm ...
... Kiriath Ya'arim on the way to Abu Ghosh/Ghaush. On the way, we swung by the Elvis Inn where Bill proceeded to lecture while imitating the statue for a couple minutes. As we walked past various restaurants and grocery stores, he pointed out his various and sundry recommendations. Between the 32 of us, cameras were out constantly. We also stopped at the Notre Dame de l`Arche d`Alliance (Our Lady of the Ark of the Covenant) church and sang ...
Wow! Today was amazing! It started with what felt like a late wake up call at 7:30am. We had a great breakfast at the Park Hotel which consisted of eggs, cheeses, cereals, yogurts and fruits, but no meat. Because we were in Jerusalem, no places can mix dairy and meat. You can only have one or the other at a restaurant.
We checked out of our room and ended up waiting in the lobby for almost an hour for the tour to come pick us up. It was ...
... you can readily see the affinities between the Carmel market and those we’ve visited in London, Kyoto, Nairobi, Chiang Mai, Seattle, Helsinki, Nice, and Shanghai, to name a few. Which is not surprising. No matter where you happen to live you need fruit, vegetables, starch (whether in the form of bread, rice, potatoes--or better yet, all three), and spices as well as cheap socks, toilet paper, sink plugs, plastic funnels, gym ...
... the ubiquitous olives and dates tell you you’re in the balmy Mediterranean, near the desert. The huge selection of fruits tell you not only that this climate works for a wide variety of crops, but that the culture values experimentation and diversity. The shakshouka, pita, hummus, smoked fish, za’atar, cabbage rolls, and pickled vegetables (cucumbers, artichokes, peppers and beets) announce that Israel is home to not only ...