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... br> We were disappointed with Jerusalem due to the lack of feel for historical aspects and had no wish to visit it again. As for Bethlehem we were pleased to get out of there.
With the convergence of all those holiest places, varied religions and sects, extensive building on the West Bank, entrenched beliefs and cultures, we would seriously doubt that there could ever be a peaceful solution.
Another interesting but long day of sightseeing. ...
... city. Of all the rooms we’ve stayed in so far, it was our favorite:
1. Pina Barosh in Rosh Pina
2. German Colony cottage in Jerusalem
3. Templers Hotel in Haifa
4. Arbel Suites in Tel Aviv
5. Room at Kibbutz Lotan
Besides the birds there, our flora and fauna experiences have included frogs in ...
... built on Elephantine Island in the Nile River near Aswan in the 6th century BCE. All of these temples were constructed so that on the equinox holidays the sun’s rays entered through an open doorway or aperture, illuminating the interior. Zev then squared the circle, as it were. In addition to the round nature of Jerusalem, in its bowl of mountains, and the three great stones that delineate the most important foci of the city, on the Mt. of Olives ...
... it would happen, but somehow, this eccentric old man made it happen. He couldn't see out of his passenger window at all, and each of us had backpacks stacked on top of us. Throughout the ride, he proceeded to block one lane traffic, answer 10 calls, tell us how Americans don't know anything (because we didn't know how to get to our apartments) and almost run over a mother and her baby. I ...
... academic novel about an English professor, comprised of letters of recommendation, letters to the new department chair (from sociology). Clever idea, some good moments.
- · Lost for Words, a spoof on the Booker Prize, follows the behind-the-scenes shena****ns of the judges and a few short-list wannabes. Also clever idea, though not great. I did laugh out loud (literally) quite a few times, but I wonder ...
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