Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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•We were unable to stay for the whole of this service because we needed to be back in Tel Aviv by 1 pm to visit the Independance Hall museum, so began our last long drive in the bus .There was a quiz to see who could guess how many kilometres we had travelled in Israel ( 2,078 ) and Lee lead the charge for the change of seating .The young ones had always sat in the back of the bus and us oldies at the front.Sue won the quiz ,she ...
... a shrine; it was the home of God himself so it was magnificent. Solomon also built his palace just next door. It took seven years to build the temple but thirteen to build the palace so it must have been quite magnificent also! All this happened about 900BCE. In the innermost part of the Temple was the Holy of Holies where the Ark was kept. This was such a holy place that only the Chief Priest could enter and that was only once a year. So to the Jews it ...
... I could see that it was packed with soldiers. I guess they were not taking any chances. Through the Dung Gate, we turned left down the hill to the ancient City of David, the site of the original Jerusalem. I had been here twice before, but I knew that there had been some new discoveries in the meantime. To the uninformed an archaeological site can look like just a jumble of rocks, but I had been reading so much that I was able to "see" much more in ...
... it in a bucket to act like a speaker. However, someone accidentally filled it with dirt and I suddenly realized that there was no music. I asked around and we figured out that someone had filled the bucket. We started listening to buckets and dumped the dirt out of some. Soon we found it and it wash;t damaged.
We had a few people out sick today unfortunately, I hope it doesn't spread. After lunch Alanna and I went to the Russian market. ...
... tel tours. We chose five to go to between 7:30 and 1. In these classes we got to learn how each of these areas of study were applied on site. I chose botany, bone, metal and the tel tours. The tel tours were very fun because we got to walk all around the site and learn it's history on the spots history happened. If you have any questions on aforementioned subjects, please feel free to leave a comment.
We had the rest of ...