Azzahra Hotel & Restaurant
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... We then all made our way out into the dark sinister alley way. One bedraggle Arab looking guy mumbled 'why don't you just go home' under his smelly breath. Trishy just sweetly smiled and all was good.
We were heading to the City of David, walking south to the Dung gate and onto the city of David as we had a tour booked at 10 AM for Hezekiah's tunnel. The guide was lively and energetic (looked and sounded like James DiLiberto) and he was excellent. He gave a ...
... He got hounded by a determined salesman to buy jewellery. He enticed him into his shop and very forcibly tried to get Andrew to buy a necklace. Holding his shirt and forcing Andrew to hold the necklace he used bully tactics... and even Andrew found it difficult to extricate himself. Eventually he just put the necklace down and walked out... With the Arab guy chasing him!
Trish wasn't feeling well, so the two of us made our way back to the motel ...
Yishai Fliesher visited us for our evening session
this evening and addressed us on the various aspects of the blessing outlined
in Numbers 6:24-26 and how that affects the Jews today. They believe this Jewish blessing has three
“The Lord bless thee and keep thee” – this
refers to the ...
... Waiting for the bus home was n adventure too because the bus never came so we hitched a ride. A lot of people do that in remote areas. The bus stop was manned by armed military who would stop cars with Palestinian license plates and check papers at gunpoint. They usually made the people get out of the car and frisked them. The guns never lowered until the car was on its way. Welcome to life in the West ...
... ride home, a juice each (mine was banana, date and melon - yum), and a bag of fresh dates and one of figs. The figs and dates were 50 shekels per kg (NZ$16.60).
Another taxi got us back to ...