Artplus Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
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We thought that we would break the journey on the way home by stopping off in Israel. Theoretically the 4+ hours from London would be taken off the 11+ hours London to Bangkok. In the event it took 10+ hours from Tel Avi to Bangkok – nothing saved, but we did take in Israel.
Because we flew El Al (Israeli Airlines), code shared with Thai Airways, and because the Israelis are not friends with their neighbours (or vice versa), El Al have ...
We have had a day of travel today. Leaving Arad, called into Be're Sheba, and came across the area where the Light Horse Brigade solders are laid, along with the others they fought alongside. 174 graves/headstones, where they have been named, rank etc. It was very respectably done. Then we went through Ashkelon, ...
... known, is an upscale neighborhood bisected by Emek Refaim Street, an avenue lined with trendy shops, restaurants and cafes. I like living here because there are so many shops and restaurants and it is close to a lot of sites around the city. I am enclosing a few pictures taken around the ...
... stayed there in 1933, along with Brother Lindsay Colquhoun from Adelaide! But seriously, many greats have stayed there including - Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Mahommad Ali and others. Down the hallway is a long strip of white stone which has been signed by many celebrities. A month before I was born, when the British Mandate of Palestine was in force, the King David was their headquarters. The Irgun was an underground movement of Zionists, ...
... my dad and I had a really amazing conversation at lunch which was
worth the whole trip!
Scaled Model of Old Jerusalem @ the Israel Museum
We started our touring today at the Israel Museum. There are a number
of group members that don’t like museums, which was me when I was
younger, but these museums have been really interesting. The ...