Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to contemplate going to be bed and waking up to a good breakfast, I spotted a McDonalds (kosher) and another shop which had some small tables outside and was open, 24 hours! Obviously, McDonalds lost
out on my business. The other restaurant is called, "Hatanur" or, "The Oven". It was a simple open air store front with an array of baked goods: pita, flatbreads, ...
The beautiful faces and kind people in Uganda are what I will remember, not the lake flies and the dirt everywhere. The brown water, my clothes are still light brown but that color will disappear in due time.
To work with the nurses and others in the small clinic was a challenge but the fact that everybody spoke English helped a lot. Some of the things I will remember such as the firm belief that an open ampule with medication stays sterile for ever as long as one ...
... been through SO MUCH in the
past, why don’t we live here together with a representative (secular)
democracy. But they will never do that. If the Palestinians said, you conquered
this land fair and square and we will acquiesce to your power so long as we can
live in peace, that might solve this problem. But again, they will never do
that. I didn’t know much about this conflict before, but now after having seen
the places and ...
... based primarily on the teachings of two men, the Bab, which means "gate" in Arabic—the Bab el Wad is the famous road entry towards Jerusalem from the coastal plain—and the Baha’ullah. We might consider the Bab as the initiator of the faith, and the Baha’ullah as a founder since he was a follower of the Bab. Both men were born in Iran as Moslems and come to espouse a monotheistic, universalist faith that aroused the hostility of the ...
... and survivor testimonies,the earliest galleries reconstruct the events that led to the holocaust.I found these fascinating and spent too much time in them and had little time left to scan the later galleries.The exit of this shaft emerges out of the mountainside dramatically,affording a view of the valley below as well as Jerusalem.Near this exit is the "Hall of Names", a memorial to all the victims ,which houses their ...