Abratel Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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It felt amazing to actually get some sleep. My legs had been
bothering me for the past few days so now I am taking Advil/Tylenol before I go
to sleep and in the early morning when I
wake up from the uncomfortableness. I think I either have restless leg syndrome
or am coming down with the flu. The flu seems morel likely because I was having
chills as well and felt feverish- first signs of the flu. But I feel like I
would be getting a lot ...
... on the Temple Mount was the initial foundation stone of creation. In discussing the Church of the Holy Sepulchre I was reminded of the time that I was asked by the Tucson Diocese to address a group, along with Bishop Kicanas, and discuss my most recent trip to Israel. The event was hosted by the local chapter of the Equestrian Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, a Catholic lay order. I drove up to the country club where the event was being hosted that night ...
The following day was my family reunion, as I was picked up outside of my hostel and taken to my aunty's house, by her husband and spent the day with her and her family. Having only met her once since I was little, it was also time for me to have a catch up and ask lots of questions about her life since she moved to Israel. I was taken on a tour of their village, where the wall separating ...
... only a small part of it. So we would be happy to
repeat the journey again.
Small personal note: for the first time we have been inseparable for 24 hours a day during
10 months. It's not simple but this brought us together, and we became more attentive to each
We would like to thank you all who virtually has traveled with us. Your support helped us to
overcome the depressions.
... had a variety of four or five meats spread out. However, we found out that it was probably margarine instead. Clever.
Anyways, it's getting late, and I need to finish unpacking. So far, I'm not really struggling with jet lag, but we will see tomorrow morning whether that is truly the case.
לַיְל 64;ה טוֹב (pronounced "lila tov!", it means "good night!")