Leonardo Basel Hotel
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... the 6 day war) Zion Gate into the Armenian quarter - the 4 quarters being Armenian, Jewish, Arab and Christian. After the Armenian Quarter we came across the remains of the Roman Cardo (main street) dating back to biblical times. Then on to the Wailing or Western Wall – the holiest place in Judaism. This wall holds up Temple Mount upon which is the Dome of the Rock mosque – the golden domed building - and third holiest place in ...
... be my parking Marshall and assist with customs! Incredible, and again.... The generosity of strangers....You really went above and beyond for me and it is not just greatly appreciated, but simply I know I wouldn't be here without your help. Thank you.
I feel like I'm on the home stretch now, landing at Haifi Airport, right next to the Med, London seems so much closer. Had a quiet night at hotel ...
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Finally, after dinner it was time to switch emotions and PARTY for Yom HaAtzmaut. We first had a drum circle in the lobby of our hostel and then formed a conga line down the stairs to the disco/dance party in the basement. Hopefully, the pictures and videos portray the fun and excitement of the kids.
Tomorrow is the March through the city of Jerusalem to the kotel, a day of fun, celebrating the State of Israel.
Chag Sameach to ...
... t let your child become an Ars.
Beyond Purim and Arsim, I've been getting to know the people on my program better. I've realized over the past few days that it can be hard to get to know someone on a deeper level when there are always so many other people around. It's been nice to break off into smaller groups and learn about people's upbringings ...
... a back room that is also decorated in a very hippie manner- large swaths of fabric hanging from the ceiling, buddhas, Asian wall hangings. Up front, the musician was playing flute, drums, something that sounded almost like chimes, and who knows what else. The music wasn't rhythmical at all, and it wasn't workout music. It was what I'd describe as relaxing white noise.
It fit in very well with the class.
Mostly, we were on the mats on ...