Eden House TLV
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... swim, we returned to the old city for supper to a restaurant recommended to us by Len and Paula's niece. Hard to capture in words the vibrancy of the area at night with the outdoor cafes under clear skies and warm breezes. And the bonus was a terrific quartet who were playing lively traditional Israeli music steps from our table while spectators danced in the streets. We finished the night off with a gelato - the perfect ending to the ...
... to the Arc of the Covenant for nearly 400 years before it temporarily fell into the hands of the Philistines (Joshua 18:1). It was also the place where Hannah asked The Lord for a child, gave birth to Samuel and dedicated him to serve in the temple. Our visit culminated in a very moving and deeply personal spiritual experience. Tonight we are staying in Netanya. We are reacquainting with old friends and meeting many new and wonderful people. I'm exhausted and am going to ...
... migrants are living and meeting with a refugee from Darfur. From there we headed over to the Levinsky spice market for lunch and then on to a walking tour of one of Israel's very first Jewish neighborhood's Neve Tzedek. For the rest of the day many of us enjoyed the sunshine and the beach, got some rest, and headed out to dinner for the evening with family and ...
... out of their way to help and nothing was too much trouble.
Driving around was easy despite all the negative things we had heard and we didn't really get lost at all. It was different not being able to understand the signs at all though. We saw no sign of the "mad" drivers that we had read about everywhere when we looked into self driving in Turkey.
The food was amazing. Beautiful and fresh fruit and vegetables and the fresh juices were ...
as the title implies, we left haifa by train, checked into our hotel (which is probably the worst of the ones we've stayed in on this trip, or all our trips), and hit the beach. I was actually surprised by the number of people at the beach, as it's still spring and not really normal for even Israelis to be beaching. but I guess that's not the case now! we walked along ben yehuda to ...