Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv
Despite the fact that Shabbat was still underway, we managed to find a ride to Tel Aviv. In addition to most restaurants, bars, stores, etc. being closed, most public transportation ceases to operate during Shabbat. However, at an increased price from what it normally costs during all times not Shabbat, these wonderful things called shared taxis ( …
I guess I shouldn't have had that Bedouin coffee & tea. Stomach feeling bad, skin clammy. I sleep till lunch, eat, go back to sleep until Shabbat ends. Luckily, today was the official day of rest till sundown. Rats, I miss Torah Study and Havdalah :o( Still not feeling right I crawl on bus and head to Tel Aviv. We walk along the Taielit or …
... amp; singing…was such a
rejuvenating, spiritual experience for me.
What a way to bring in Shabbat!
dinner all together at the hotel. I
truly enjoy when we all sit down together at the end of our day to share dinner
as a group.
(good-night). Stay tuned for more
... eggs served with yogurt and sumac tahini, grilled tomatoes, hot peppers, Tabbouleh salad, pitas from our bakery and…” Both orders were large, delicious and expensive. We didn’t come close to finishing our meals, but we appreciated the original flavors, quality preparation, and breakfast salads. And we didn’t have another full meal for the rest of the day. After some strolling, we took a cab back which was an adventure in itself. ...