Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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... an infant baptism. I didn't see a minister there so maybe they had the ceremony in the church up the bank and just came down for photos. They were dressed up and no one actually entered the water. Anyway it was nice to have so many people celebrating the same thing in their own different ways. By comparison our simple little ceremony was pretty tame. Another thing that was special was that Mike had asked our Kiwi friends to sing and when they ...
So, according to the Globe and Mail, Hamas fired over 80 rockets into Israel yesterday, and Israel is retaliating. We have also heard that there were riots in East Jerusalem. Lots of IDF here at Yad Vashem, but they are studying and most of the local young people are watching the World Cup. I am taking a break from the workshops and sitting on the steps overlooking the valley below. Outside of military helicopters patrolling, there is no visible sign that this is a country ...
... urged me on and showed me a few tricks to doing it faster. To trace any surface, one must first use some like a pickax or patiche to remove excess dirt lying on top of the surface. These tools tend to produce an uneven surface so you must then use a trowel to scrape the surface and smooth it out. Unfortunately, I did not finished the wall but, like I said, I did find the right surface. ...
... bricks for example. I did this for most of the morning. After breakfast I worked in another room more toward the center of the grid. I work with a patiche to scrape the accumulated winter wash on the ends and found that where I expect there to be stones, there were none. So I undercut the wall to make it clear there were no stones there. I am not sure what this means about the build this wall was ...
... very quick and efficient. He presented each of us with a credit-card size slip of paper which had our pictures, personal information, and a bar code. We turned a corner and encountered a bank of turnstyles, similar to what you'd see at an amusement park or stadium. We each had to scan our little card, which opened the gate and -- voila -- we were in Israel.
As we waited for our luggage, I took advantage ...