Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv
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 …
When going to the Middle East (the 'hot-bed' of conflict) for an extended period of time, one can't help but read the ongoing conflict between Israel-Palestine or Israel and the rest of its Arab neighbours. In fact, it is recommended to know the current situation since for the novice news reader, the opinion that Israel is illegally torturing the Palestinians and that Palestinians are the victims of some sort of Shakespearean tragedy is far too compelling to ignore. Plus, there is ...
... I did forget to take a picture because we were so busy catching up but, there is a pretty good chance we'll reconnect when I am in DC for work in September since she is moving there right after she gets married in NY in two weeks (see, I told you she was busy! please forgive the lack of photographic evidence of our meeting. I didn't even take pictures of my food, so that tells you how limited our time was). It was great catching up. We were tracing back to the ...
... Unfortunately we were running behind schedule and could only spend 20 minutes there. Because the bus ride was so long I got a lot of reading done. The rest of the evening was normal. My parents arrived today. Oh and I was having trouble with my phone. My SIM card was locked, I looked up what causes that and a possible cause is trying to put in a pass code and failing too many times. I don't know who tried to break into my phone, it it wasn't me. Anyway, it's fixed. And ...
... Things go by much faster and I enjoy it more. Then we had a lecture on bone tools and the dog burials found at Ashkelon in the 80s. It is very curious that so many dogs were buried in one area of the city. It's not quite a cemetery for dogs but we don't know what is for or why it happened. It is indeed a mystery. The rest of the day went on as usual. I skyped with my parents, I'm going to see them again this weekend, only two more ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services