Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv
... the children staying at the SACH home, most of whom are from Tanzania and Zanzibar. Our teens found the experience incredibly uplifting and inspirational. After returning to the hotel for dinner, we heard from world-famous Israeli photographer Adi Ness, who discussed the processes and thoughts behind some of his most famous photographs.
Tomorrow, we gear up for our final Shabbat of the trip, which we will celebrate here in Tel Aviv!
... she kind of gave up. I noticed that she got on her phone and was weakly letting the patiche fall on the dirt to make it look like she was working. I understand that archaeological fieldwork is not for everyone. With them and another volunteer Carey and Mackenzie we tore down 2/3 of another wall. After lunch, Gordy, a volunteer but also professional archaeologist, gave a talk on jobs in cultural ...
... this time. After I arrived I was taken to a fish restaurant across the street and almost burst after eating. Back at the store, the owner, Mohie, had a huge collection of archaeological objects, like glass, pottery and metal, which fascinated me. It was like being in a candy shop. I bought a few ancient things and some gifts and then an extraordinary thing happened - Dr. Randall Price of Liberty University walked in. He's a big ...
... to bed, the time was about 7:30 pm. I leisurely woke up before 2 am (never thought I'd say that) and as I write its about 4 am. This is good practice, because once I start working I'll need to be up around 4 and we begin digging at 5. Only two days til then and I'm really excited.
I can't wait to meet everyone and begin to apply all the skills and knowledge I've acquired in my first year in college. I think I've come a long way in just a ...
... br> They are a country with no oil, that's why they need our Aid. Their main export is potash. They are fairly self supporting as far as agriculture goes. They do import their rice from California.
They are environmentally aware and work very hard to preserve precious water resources. Most of them build their homes so that the flat roof is tiled and can collect rain water during their rainy season.
Women are ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services