Eden House TLV
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Here I am two weeks into my adventure. Time is flying. I've officially moved into my new home for the next five months. I'm living with eleven other people although it hasn't seemed that hectic since we moved in. Everyone gets along fairly well despite being from all over the world. Thinking about it now, I got really lucky with the people I'm living with. It's amazing to get to know people who live such different lives than our ...
... paying, but we'd wanted somewhere which was reasonably accessible to the airport and which offered car parking. We checked in, freshened up then went for a leisurely walk along the beach front until we reached the outskirts of Jaffa. The sun was hot, and the sea certainly looked very inviting. We ambled back in time for a long-anticipated meeting at 4pm with an old primary school friend of Brian's, Mary Aarons, who had moved to Israel nearly 42 years ago, and was livingIn ...
90;ься в жизнь
турис 90;ов. Все места интер 77;сны по своем 91;, и сейча 89; ...
... Denver CO.” She said ‘Oh. Colorado.” And then looked away. Of course, you have to hear this conversation
in a very heavy Israeli accent. What’s
her deal with CO?
time to check into the Dan Panorama hotel to rest up for Shabbat. Evette & I are on the 16thy floor with ...
... to have a checkpoint where you were just waving all vehicles through, but I wasn't going to complain, especially after the guide told us that it used to take 3 hours sometime to get through in the past.
The scenery was generally nice, except it was filled with garbage. If people didn't litter, or somebody bothered to pick it up, I would have said that the road was a serene, beautiful drive.
Finally, we arrived in Bethlehem. Our first stop was the ...