Abratel Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... living in this area, many of whom are illegal immigrants who literally walked to israel from africa- and who are now engaged in menial work, mainly street cleaning etc - lots of jobs that Arabs used to do. Israel's faces are certainly changing. Now the Philipinos who came to work with geriatrics are bringing their families to live in Israel, or marrying locals. After the boys left Diane Grosman and I hired a car for a week and went on a road trip with Ilana ...
... to the topography and geography of Israel.
Tour and “Tanning” in Jaffa (still Tim)
We visited the House of Simon, the Tanner of Jaffa. Father Jim read the account from the Acts of the Apostles about how Peter heard the word of God that all his creatures are pure and therefore Peter did not have to be “kosher” (thus a splitting of Peter the Jew into Peter the ...
Today we traveled from Salt Lake City to tel aviv. Leave salt lake at 7:30 for 10:15 flight. First class all the way! Chicago dog and dinosaur Fancy chairs that lay down. Good food- ravioli, omelet, chicken salad, ice cream sundae cart Movies and sleeping Arrive in tel aviv Bus transfer with others from group to the hotel. Drop off stop in Joppa ...
... Acts 10. Cornelius is first non-Jewish believer through Peter. Ramses 2 from Egypt visited Jappa and left behind some writings that have since been recovered. The views of the Mediterranean Sea and Tel Aviv from Jappa are amazing! We saw a few brides taking pics with the scenery. Staying in Netanya, it's a pretty city on the sea. Lots of palm trees here. The name means "God ...
How could we be so fortunate and unfortunate to come to Israel when, for the first time in about a hundred years, Jewish Passover and Orthodox Christian Easter both occur on the same weekend! It is so crowded but at the same time the masses of people from different religions makes for an amazing sight. But our day first started with a swim, or rather a float, in the Dead Sea. The water is so salty that when we tried to swim on our front the water just kept rolling us onto our ...