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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Visited this center for conservative Judaism and enjoyed lunch with three "lone soldiers"--women from the US now in their twenties who made Aliyah and have finished their service in the Israeli army Then heard an Arab Muslim journalist who has covered the Middle East for 30 years from the Jerusalem Post talk on Arab/ Israeli relations. His bottom …
Israel Museum. Let me say more.
Our first full day in Jerusalem we went to the Israel Museum – a seemingly simple choice since most everything else is closed. But let me explain what "we went" means. Now, we truly always look forward to finding our way around another country and another city. Even getting lost means seeing new places, experiencing a different culture, meeting people, having adventures. That's the whole point of travel – the experience, not ...
... a very special occurrence because I did it with my dad, beautiful.
Later that night we went to Ben Yehudi street and ate at a pizza place called "Siciliano" and the pizza was actually very good. Of course we wanted dessert so we went to a gelato shop called "Aldo", and let me tell you, unbelievable gelato! They had a flavor called Maple Waffle...holy ****!
Anyway, until next ...
... by the parents of our friend Bob Boiarsky.
In 1966, Jewish Jerusalem was a small enclave connected to Israel by only a thin valley which held a road and a railway. The Jordanians held not only East Jerusalem, but also the heights in the North, South and West as well. Jerusalem was nearly encircled.
At the time America was not an ally of Israel and had not been supplying any weapons to the Israelis. The Kennedys, ...
... is just a big mound of earth and is known as Tel es-Sultan. Jericho has probably been inhabited for so long because it is the site of a major spring and water is just so important in this parched land. It is a fertile area producing fruit and vegetables and famous for its bananas. About 20,000 live here and about 1% are Christian. Driving through town we stopped at a large sycamore tree to remember the story of Zaccheus. Then we found a ...