Aon Design Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... said they were all planted here years ago from Europe. As we made our way to Jerusalem each turn on the winding road brought gasps in the car. Stunning. All of Jerusalem is built using the same type of stone. An off white stone that lights up as the sun hits it. When we got to the market it was chaotic. Everyone was in a rush to get what they needed before sundown. A lot of places had already begun to close. There were so many people of various ages hanging out, having their last beer, ...
... Heights. It is Israel's third largest winery. The other two are Carmel Winery and Barkan Wine Cellars. These three account for more than 80% of the domestic market. Less than 15% of Israeli wine is produced for sacramental purposes.
... a sharp descend from Jerusalem to get there. We travelled on a highway amidst giant sand and rock dunes with little bits of plant life poking out. We saw Bedouins herding their sheep across the desert and some random camels plodding their way through the rocks.
Sho-Shee the camel (with owner) greets travelers at the "Sea Level" mark in the road. This makes for perfect picture-taking opportunity at 20-shekels a ride/photo shoot; after much encouragement, Nicole took a ...
... t worried about being late. Yet.
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... someone who is yelling above the crowd. It was packed full of people, loud, kinda smelly, and awesome. It really felt to me like we had finally found "real" Israel and not just the touristy parts. Here is where we found some very low prices on food, and were really enjoying it. We had a lot of fun when we stopped to talk to some other Americans that we ran into on another program and one of the vendors (happened to be candy) saw Flora's name tag and ...