Bell Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... or walking on them, was not so bad. I guess we are just so spoilt at home to have soft, sandy beaches. Never again will I complain that 'the sand is too soft'. Downright disgusting was the condition in which we found many small coves and backwaters. It seems if you want to go to a clean beach, you've got to pay for the privilege. Along the Mediterranean at least, we found people had little interest in keeping the beach as pristine as they found it. I am still ...
... to the Namal for a lively, musical, egalitarian pre-Shabbat service. After the service, we returned to the hotel to bring in Shabbat and enjoy a festive Shabbat meal. After some time relaxing in the hotel, and spending time with other teen groups who are visiting from the US, we went to bed for a restful Shabbat sleep.
Saturday morning, we enjoyed a late wakeup and began the day with kiddush, a snack, and Shabbat morning services. Next, we celebrated July ...
... br> For the BJE March of the Living delegation, the day started in Tel Aviv at Gan Habonim Park. This park is dedicated to the sons of Israel lost in their wars. Here, we welcomed "lone" soldiers, kids who move to Israel from abroad just to serve in the IDF. Today, we welcomed 15 soldiers, all Americans, some from Milken, some from NCJHS, others from Agoura High, Calabasas and other places around America, who made the decision to come and defend the Israeli state. ...
... br> a deep seeded hatred between the two groups, and they both see themselves as
the victims in the situation. That was what was most striking to me regarding
this conflict- I don’t think it will ever be solved when both sides think they
are the ultimate victim and that they are good and the other is evil, plain and
simple. If the Jews said, okay we invaded your homeland and we are sorry- we
don’t have anywhere else to go and our ...
... me all about the rest of Petra after we left and they stayed an extra day. They then asked me what I thought of Eilat, or "Benidorm on the Red Sea" as they called it - not that they'd been to Benidorm - I agreed with them on that, and I hadn't been there either! We then made our way to the plane for a particularly boring 5 hour flight in the dark, with no newspaper, Internet, entertainment or view to look ...