Abratel Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I finally made it to Tel Aviv. New York was the perfect transition. Lots of relaxing, good eats and rest. On the way to the airport I finally felt a calmness set in.
On the flight I ended up sitting next to a very orthodox rabbi and had to move down a seat, since orthodox men cannot touch women, even by accident. I sat next to a very friendly dad Michael. He was on his way to see his son ...
... Agony is by the garden, also called the Church of All Nations and was built to recall how Jesus wept over his people to the point of crying tears of blood. It contains the Rock of the Agony. From this same point you can see the Eastern Gate into the Temple, which was closed up by the Muslims in Medieval times to stop the entrance of the Messiah (should he show up). There was a shooting this morning at the Dome of the Rock, the Muslim holy place, ...
... swim, we returned to the old city for supper to a restaurant recommended to us by Len and Paula's niece. Hard to capture in words the vibrancy of the area at night with the outdoor cafes under clear skies and warm breezes. And the bonus was a terrific quartet who were playing lively traditional Israeli music steps from our table while spectators danced in the streets. We finished the night off with a gelato - the perfect ending to the ...
... of Maale Adumim as "the end to the 2 state solution" because it splits the West Bank. While I don't necessarily understand enough about the area to say whether the action of developing the land is right or wrong, even if it's wrong, I do know Gaza is already split from the West Bank and that's not what is stopping peace in the area.
The next checkpoint we passed through, instead of passed by. At this checkpoint, they weren't stopping anybody at all. It ...
... and headed to the Jaffa port. The first views of the meditteranean sea were breathtaking as the sun was setting. We got down from the bus and gathered as a group to learn about how for many many years Jaffa was the sight where so many first step foot on to Israel or Palestine as it was called when the port was active. We learned about the history of Jaffa oranges and tasted the sweetness of ...