Bell Boutique Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of the most notable sites of the Holocaust, including Auschwitz-Birkenau and the Warsaw Ghetto. What an incredible journey for them to make and to be able to understand their own history by walking through it; it brings me peace to know so many people are doing many things to continue the education and remembrance of this tragic period. I could tell it had such a profound impact on her as well. It's impressive to see such a young ...
... Franciscan church. It was built over the ruins of a citadel dating from the 7th Crusade and Napoleon is rumored to have stayed here during his Jaffa campaign of 1799. There was a mass going on so I didn't go inside. The views of Tel Aviv from here were beautiful. This week is a a 7 day holiday celebrating the Exodus (40 years in the desert) and we saw practicing Jews have meals in white tents decorated with palm branches which represents the time in the ...
... After these sites, we went to the shuk (market) in Akko where teens engaged with shuk vendors with questions designed to help them see a different side of Israel. After some shopping time in the shuk, we returned to the hostel for lunch. Following lunch, we ventured north of Akko to Rosh Hanikra, a series of beautiful caverns that overlook the Mediteranean Sea on Israel's northern border. We took a scenic cable car ride down to the caverns ...
... the demo as we didn't have time to buy their coffee, and putting beans into a grinder isn't particularly educational.
After the coffee demo, the guide informed us that we were going to have to skip the city walk that he usually does because the police were blocking off streets for some kind of celebrations. Instead, we were going to see some extra sights in Bethlehem. I was cool with that and thankful that he was smart enough to keep us away from the crowds ...
... br> The most fun was having lunch at a local home. I think I mentioned before that OAT finds families in the local area that are willing to feed a bunch of Americans in their home. This young woman is a Christian Arab originally from Lebanon who has made her home in Jaffa with her husband and 3 children. What I didn't mention is that OAT pays them to do this, but of course they don't do it just for ...