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... the landmark Montefiore Windmill in Yemin MosheIn . In addition to the windmill (to provide cheap
flour to poor Jews), he built a printing press and textile factory, and helped
to finance several agricultural colonies. He also attempted to acquire arable
land for Jewish cultivation, but was hampered by Ottoman restrictions on land
sale to ...
... as well as beautiful old mosaic work.
Onwards to the Promised Land - Mount Nebo - where Moses saw the Promised Land for the first time in what is now modern day Jordan. The summit provides a panorama view that they say on a clear day you can see the Holy Land, the River Jordan, The West Bank and even Jerusalem. Well we didn’t see any of that. Instead, we were discovered by a group of 100+ school girls on a field trip from Palestine, who acted as if they were on ...
... ticket as an early 70th birthday present so he could join me and mark off Petra, Jordan from his bucket list.
Before heading to Israel, I had a 12 hour layover in Brussels, Belgium (country #29), where I roamed around for several very chilly hours before cafes even opened. I walked around in circles for 45 minutes trying to find the infamous Mannequin Pis, which I was told is a family-favorite, but unless you know you're looking for an 18 inch statue of a little boy peeing ...
... curiosity and passion for science drove their present-day research. To see the video we shot of the center visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpO2G7hp G54&feature=youtu.be
On the grounds of the Weizmann Institute is the open-air Clore Garden of Science also known as the Science Park. It is the largest outdoor science museum in the world. Here we explored concepts from moments of momentum/inertia to ...