Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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... s most innovative medical technologies are being developed and Stratasys, a company leading the way in 3D printing technology, which promises to revolutionize numerous aspects of our lives. The social action track engaged with Lekhet, an organization dedicated to feeding the hungry in Israel. There the teens picked enough onions for over 300 families to eat. After lunch, we headed to the Ayalon Institute, a facility which held enormous importance ...
Simply put, I relaxed. Went by the beach (and got a sunburn) and watched Sherlock with some friends. That's really all I did. Funny story: at the beach there were a group of guys who sat down by me and my friends. The guys weren't native English ...
... to go away quickly. Either way, wall tear down was the best.
Nothing out of the ordinary happened at pottery washing and we had no lecture tonight, so I ate with Tracy and Hannah (Hannah was one of my square supervisors from last year and Tracy was my grid supervisor last year) and it was nice to talk to them a bit. Joel has promised that at another pottery washing Emily (a Grid 51 assistant supervisor) will teach me to enter ...
... had been hiding under the junk-dirt cover. We uncovered some floors and the edges of walls along with robbed out areas. We still have more of that to do tomorrow, but like I have said, the cleanup days are always the hardest and least exciting. By the end, I was beat and hurt everywhere.
We were given the rest of the day off and I took it to do some hardcore relaxing. I managed to talk with some old friends and meet ...
... onto it and after around 20 reply emails we got onto the wholesaler and she found us a new apartment to stay in. Wow what a difference. I will not bore you with the details but the comparison would be "a dead weed coming from a rock in the dessert to an oasis with a running stream and life." So after around 28 hours of no sleep, minimal food, and stress levels above the red zone we finally felt that we were in Tel Aviv, Israel and not on some survivor reality ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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