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... in mock surprise, but with an amused smile on his lips, and asked us all what we were waiting for.
And so we went through to the very pleasant, well-designed but frighteningly expensive, departure hall. The best thing about it was the CD shop where a request for some good, danceable, Yemenite music was enthusastically pounced upon ...
... 4143” in blue ink on the back of it! Fellini Jerusalem was following us to Abu Ghosh.
We were off to a B&B which we’d booked from the US. The web site said it was a 10 minute trip from the city center; we finally arrived after a harrowing 1 ½ hour drive through many strange neighborhoods of Fellini Jerusalem.
Abu Ghosh is famous for two things: 1) It’s a truly mixed village, one of the few in Israel where Arabs and ...
... us to our host cities. Oklahoma got dropped off first at Rishon Le-Zion and then we drove to Ra'anana. Omri and a colleague met us and took us to Hamartef, a youth club. It's so cool; the walls are all painted with pictures and designs. They provided food and beverages for us, which we pretty much inhaled. We watched a movie and then our hosts came to pick us up. We went to our ...
... questions related to it. I don't remember the exact part of the Torah or the precise wording of the passages, but it was something about how once arriving to Israel, the farmers should bring the first fruit of every crop to the priest and present it to G-d.
Aaron and I decided to branch out and partner up with other members of the group so that we could hear differing points of view. My partner was one of the Israelis from ...
... pieces with Jesus' name inscribed on them. Also on sight was a synagogue where Jesus taught. On the way to lunch we stopped and took a quick dip in the Sea of Galilee and got some sand/dirt for our collection. We then ate at a restaurant on the Sea of Galilee, eating "Simon Peter fish". After lunch we drove up to see where Jesus gave the Sermon on the Mount at the Mount of Beatitudes. The view of the Sea of Galilee with the ...
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