Bell Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our hotel.A man asked if we needed a taxi and asked us to follow him - " I'm a taxi driver". We were unsure but trotted after him. Wayne was struggling to keep up as he was still in pain ( hip / sciatic ). Thirty minutes later we were dropped at the Beachfront Hotel in Tel Aviv. We had just passed the Crowne Plaza and this place looked like a dump in comparison. One star on trip advisor is what it would have scored. There was rubbish sprawled on the sidewalk ...
... and one of the men gave Glenn a blessing. We visited the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of Jesus' crucifixion, burial and resurrection. This church is shared, uncomfortably, by 6 Christian denominations but the main control is by the Greek Orthodox. Each one has there own responsibilities and even minor infringements can cause hostility. In the photo of the church there is a ladder under a window and the story is that it has ...
... being taught hatred in their public institutions, and he wasn't able to deny this. Then, when he added that he's a peace activist and only believes a one-state solution where the Arabs are in charge, I was saddened further. Again, I had always assumed that it was Israeli propaganda that the Palestinians wouldn't stop at anything less than 100% of the land, but he confirmed that it was true that's what they want. Does he think that they will treat their minority ...
... time for our fruit snacks which I had been carrying since home along with tuna snack packs just for today. The drive was a couple of hours with some pretty steep climbing. Up top we turned of the main highway. In the harsh ground there were some greener patches of cropped area - it would be hard work growing wheat up there, plus lots of flocks of goats and sheep.
Along the way we had passed Bedouin tents set up with camels tied up outside! There were a few ...
The menu, of course, was only in Hebrew, but our helpful, engaged server was happy to translate it into excellent English. And excellent was the food as well. As you’ll see from the photos, we started with fabulous fresh-baked still-warm flat bread, sprinkled with sea salt and rosemary. Nestled daintily on the bread were little pots of labneh, olive tapenade, and a sun-dried tomato spread. Then an elegant salad showed up, with ...