Travel Blogs from Gaza City
... komen we in Jerusalem aan. We nemen de light train (6,60 NIS per persoon, 90 minuten geldig) naar Mount Herzl. Dat is de stop die vlak bij Yad Vashem ligt. Er is een shuttle bus die van iets lager vertrekt en waarmee je naar Yad Vashem, het Holocaust memorial centrum en museum kan gaan. Dat is allemaal gratis. Er is een shuttle elk half uur en wij moeten er net één gemist hebben want we moeten 20 minuten wachten.
Het museum is erg interessant en heel ...
... plans were complicated and pricey, so no.
Almost everyone on the ship booked a tour but for those of us that did not, RCI arranged for transfer busses to take people from the dock to an Ashdod shopping centre, about three miles away. The cost of the transfer was US$15 per person which, everyone complained, was money-grabbing outrageous. For security reasons passengers were not allowed to walk off the ship at the freight ...
... I go back for my laundry.
After a much-needed nap, my parents and I headed back out to the shopping center to get food and also pick up my laundry. By the time we were back, it was time to get ready for
The wedding was held on a small farm outside of Be'er Sheva. The trees were lit in various colors, and there were some live horses as decoration or entertainment. The location was quite beautiful. ...
... coals as well as a jar of water (1 Kings 19:1-9).
This land was the inheritance of the tribe of Simeon, included in Judah (Joshua 19:1-9). And the Bible often states, "All Israel, from Dan to Beersheba."
When we arrived, we were blessed to observe a herd of camels passing by. It was so cool, except some of the camels were hobbling along. We found out that the owners of the camels often bind their legs so that they cannot ...
... spoke to a Taxi driver.
He offered a good price for 4 hours drive to Bethlehem & Jerusalem so we took it.
He gave us very good service and showed us lots of interesting things along the way.
He was not allowed past the City Wall in Bethlehem but arranged for a guide to meet us and take us inside.
Now the guide spoke very good English & invited us to have tea at a shop with him.
The tea was mint tea and very ...