Agron Guest House
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All Youth Hostel in Israel have a high stabdart' The food is the best I ever get in a hostel
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... museum. It reminded me that Israel isn't just as old as the Old Testament / moses, it's prehistoric Adam and Eve old. The museums show skeletons, pottery and flint tools from 100,000-300,000 bc. I also learnt of a battle within israeli archeological circles of how to use the bible. Hebrew university considers it gospel in terms of archeology. Tel aviv university doesn't really care. Both compete with one another and have been known to have fist fights at archeological ...
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... diarrhea as well as ginger against morning sickness.
I like ginger but the ginger tea that they gave me was even for me too strong. I diluted it with water and two days later I still made tea from that piece of ginger. The ginger tea that I drink at home is absolutely different.
Lunch on Saturday was in a self-service restaurant, I have not often seen so much stuff to eat on one table. Most of the things I did recognize but preferred not ...
This was our final morning in Israel, and we resolved to sleep in if possible. Our flight to Istanbul -- where we would spend the night, before continuing on to Washington the next day -- was not until 9:15pm, so we had the day to ourselves. Our initial goal had been to go back and see some of the things we couldn't before -- principal among them being the Church of the Holy Sepulchre -- and perhaps pick up a few final nick-nacks. As we were going to check ...