Leonardo Basel Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... I feel so lucky to have taken this trip. I don’t know how I got to
be so lucky!!!!
After the break we got together to do a ‘debriefing’ session
where we talked about some of the issues that came up throughout the week. We
lined up on a continuum from agree to disagree on questions like ‘if Israel
preemptively attacks Iran, the US should send military aid.’ It was interesting
to hear ...
... Mount on any day except for Tisha B’Av, the annual day of mourning for the destruction of the First and Second Temples.
In a fascinating historical interlude, there was one abortive attempt by the Jews to rebuild a Third Temple just 30 years later. The Roman/Byzantine Emperor Julian the Apostate gave the Jews of Israel permission to rebuild the Temple in the 360’s, part of his effort to balance the rising power of Christianity with his ...
... quickly. I head north from Ben Gurion Airport towards Haifa on a clean modern highway and pass the hi-tech center in north Tel Aviv and Herzliyah, including Microsoft's giant facility. It is immediately clear that the development gap in the Middle East is growing, not shrinking, and that the information revolution has exacerbated that process.
When I was in Sharm el-Sheikh they were busy preparing for the summit visit of Russian Czar, er, President ...
... abandoned buildings. I loved the combination of grunginess and order in East Berlin. What cool areas there are- we stayed in freidrichstain near a boulevard of orderly soviet large scale apartment blocks that all looked similar in style. That was contrasted by the side streets- buildings that looked half decrepit yet housed bars, galleries, boutiques etc. the city generally has many new and modern buildings ...
... St Peter. I was reading that it has been in continuous use for over 7,000 years, predating Muslims, Christians, Jews and even Egyptians.making it the oldest port in the world.
Prior to the state of Israel being established, Jaffa was the city that Jewish immigrants came through and most of poor stayed with the wealthier going to Tel Aviv.
From there we walked ...