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... en rennen terug naar de bussen. De rij wachtenden voor het ticket office is nog helemaal niets opgeschoten en onze bus komt er aan. We vragen aan de vriendelijke jongen of we het ticket ook op de bus kunnen kopen en dat kan gelukkig. We gaan aan boord en betalen 18 NIS per persoon (3,5 euro) De bus is een luxueuze tourbus en we hebben zelfs gratis wifi aan boord. Ik kan vanop een bus in Israel skypen met mijn ouders die in Frankrijk op vakantie zijn.
... Angeles for a senior only costs US$204 – and it takes four days! On top of that, all RCI passengers were advised that the ship would be arriving on a special Jewish holiday so Jerusalem would be more chaotic than usual; some venues would be closed and all tourist sites would be shockingly crowded. After much deliberation we decided that we could not justify the hassle and the expense; if we were just on a short vacation then yes, ...
... off. To my surprise, Office Depot not only had a gift card, but had wrapping paper, too. With my mission completed, I hightailed it back to the hotel to get some water and a much-needed nap.
By the time I got back, I was so parched, I was gulping water as fast as I could. While the dry heat minimizes the feeling of grossness, it also left my throat extremely uncomfortably dry. I decided to remember to bring a water ...
... s well, but Isaac re-dug the well (Genesis 26:17-33). Jacob (Israel) had a dream in Be'er Sheva not to be afraid to go to Egypt because God would make him into a great nation there and would surely bring them back again (Genesis 46:1-7).
Elijah also passed through Be'er Sheva, leaving his servant there, after killing the prophets of Baal. Elijah went to the wilderness asking God to take his life, and an angel gave him bread ...
Today we arrived in Ashdod which is the Port for Jerusalem & Bethlehem.
Ashdod is a huge very modern place.
The Port is a storing place for cars which are imported from other countries.
There are thousands there.
We had to go through Immigration before being allowed ashore.
This was the quickest one yet & very friendly.
They welcomed us to Israel.
We had cancelled our tour because of my cold so went ...