Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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Not much I can tell tonight as my computer has been down since I unpluged in Mphs. It 11:43 pm and we leave for Caesara in the morning. Good weather and only 16 on our tour.
We walked 50 miles ,climed 500 stepts and saw a lot of history that I will not go into at this time. We have a good guide and not bad looking. Cannot say a lot about the …
... a Sunday night, and the flea market starts very early on Monday morning. We ate dinner at Noa Bistro, which is just around the corner from our hotel, and somehow connected to a better-known restaurant Cordelia and a local celebrity chef. It was delicious. I’ve decided to include a culinary section of this blog ;-) We ordered two main dishes that came with “surprise” appetizers (one got to specify meat, fish or vegetable, but I’m not sure it mattered). I ...
Today was a day to explore the city of Jerusalem. We began by entering the Lion Gate up the via Dolorosa to the St. Anne church where the pool of Bethesda is. It was here that Jesus healed the man who had been paralysed for 38 years. On the site are fantastic ruins dating back to roman times. There has been a church on the site since the third century, the present church is a ...
... service, which uses the same light rail trams that Melbourne does, not with any specific destination in mind, but rather to see the suburbs. It served that purpose for us, but also had another function in that it was built along the route of the old border post 1948 between the jewish Palestine/Israel and the west bank territory controlled by Jordan. It was effectively the country's border which cut, a bit like Berlin, ...
... of the walls of the Old City, enjoying the view. We saw the Dome of the Rock from several good vantage points - I didn't realise that it was so close to the Wailing Wall, and we also saw, on a hill outside the city, a view of the building supposedly on the spot where Jesus ascended to heaven, though it's undergoing renovation so it looks a bit odd.
Wandered into the Jewish Quarter for a hot chocolate, and a sit in the afternoon sun, until ...
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