Abratel Suites Hotel
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Today, Beni and Daniela's son, Amit, and his daughter, Tomi, took me on a lovely walking tour of the southern half of Tel Aviv. Mother nature tested us as it rained quite a bit during the first 30-45 minutes of our trip, but we persevered and the so did the sun :-) It was such fun to spend time with Amit and Tomi as they are both very knowledgeable about Israel, Tel Aviv, and Jewish culture. Tomi is 19 and she just finished high school ...
... angels came to announce the birth. Here there is a lovely Basilica with great acoustics and the group decided to sing Silent Night. There are some lovely voices in our group and it sounded beautiful. There is a grotto below where shepherds would have lived with their sheep. By 3:00PM we were back in Jerusalem and heading to lunch. Starving by that point. Then we did a walking tour to go into the old city. We walked the Via Dolorosa which is ...
... their neighbors to self-sufficiency, they are improving the community and increasing the chance that people will be able to peacefully come to another political situation.
On the road to Ramallah, we stopped at a refugee camp that is now basically a city. It has block apartment buildings, schools, shopping centers, and pretty much everything a town would need. I wouldn't really use the word "camp" at all when describing it.
Next, we saw Arafat's ...
... Mohammad was thought to have ascended into Heaven. It was beautiful and we walked all around the area.
Next we stopped at the church that was built on the birthplace of John the Baptist. The church had stained glass windows in the dome that were particularly striking. We sang in that church to enjoy the acoustics.
The Holicaust Museum was our next stop. It was more than we could take - just overwhelming. The ...
... is the best. How wonderful to see everyone mixing and shopping, all ethnicities and backgrounds, in peace and harmony. The smells are amazing as you walk through. The colours of the fruits and vegetables makes you wonder what we eat at home. The craft market was on today, on Nahalat Binyamin which runs sort of along the market area. Some very creative artists, selling their wares. When ...