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... all of the OT books except Esther and Nehemiah; however, Nehemiah is part of a larger book (Ezra-Nehemiah) so it doesn't really count. I could have spent several more hours in the exhibition without any trouble, but the group needed to move on.
For lunch, Benj let us loose in downtown New City Jerusalem with 100 shekels per group of three people for lunch. That sounds like a lot of money, but the conversion rate is only ~3.52:1 for shekel currency. ...
... Kubeh soup and fried "cigars" - a bit like spring rolls. For those who were still hungry we had hamburger. On the way there was a shop selling Jerusalem Mix "Stir fried Offal" - we tried some. Kinda nice. There was 1 voucher left for ice cream. We skipped this and instead rushed off to our Segway tour.
Although it was 4km away, Debbie and I arrived there quicker by bike because of the traffic jam. The sunset tour was outside the old city in one of the ...
... have eaten something prior to Yad; I think we both lost our
appetites for a few hours). Max had a fried cauliflower version that was
Sushi was pretty much what you’d expect. I won’t go too far
down that road, although I’ve included a picture… I did enjoy the inclusion of
sweet potato in many of the rolls; it’s adds a substantial elements without
overpowering the ...
... sure what we'd do. We'd later learn that bread and all foods were easily available in the Arab portions of the city, but we were staying in Jewish West Jerusalem, so our pickings were slim. We ended up at a Coffee Beanery of all places. When our bill for coffee and pretty meager Passover pickings exceeded $60, we determined that we'd visit a grocery store later in the day and take advantage of the kitchen in our apartment for the final two mornings ...