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... bars up and a modern stage in the front. The place is made of limestone and as we know that doesn't work too well on the coast. It was a little disappointing. At the end I went to but a drink. He only had coke so I said OK and he tried to charge me 15 shekles. I told him to shove it and walked away he said 12 shekels, Ok 10 shekels. He didn't get a sale from me.
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... Galilee on a windy, dusty day—this was the day The Great Sinai Dust Strom struck the Middle East—I came upon a parking area, a gateway, and then a series of structures that belong to various monastic orders, the Franciscans, the Benedictines, and so on. There are open-air chapels on one side, administrative buildings, residences, and a pilgrim guesthouse on the other, and pleasant gardens along the way. The views on this day were shrouded in dust, ...
... until my date began with Mr Felafel man. He suggested I got there for 9:45 and so I did. After he eventually finished, I helped him tidy up and shut up shop which by now was reaching 11:00-11:30. Now I was only really expecting to have a quick beer at his shop for half an hour or so but alas, this was not the case. He showed my into his adjacent flower shop where he showed me some of his arts and crafts (in this particular case, this is not a ...
... than I imagined it, but that just emphasized God's humility in his choice of a dwelling place. After all, he commanded the tabernacle, but the temple was requested by man. Afterward, we stopped by Solomon's pillars, which are neither made by Solomon nor actual pillars, and hiked to the top for a great view of the surrounding area.
The Khai Bar Reserve holds an assortment of various animals that used to roam ...
... we decided to wander back to the car and leave the city to the dedicated followers of passion. (Boom boom!) It was then that Brian spotted the dome of the Shrine Basilica only a couple of hundred metres away, so we headed in that direction. It really is a beautiful building, built in the 1960s to replace a series of earlier buildings, and it contains many relics and remains. While we were there, a group of visitors (pilgrims?), who seemed to be from either Spain or Italy ...
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