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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... killed, but the Israelites still did not change their “pagan” ways. Elijah had to escape into the desert. I won’t go into the theological underpinnings of the story, other than to say Elijah finally realized in the desert that God speaks in the quiet of one’s heart and touches people there and not by pyrotechnic displays. What strikes me as a Christian is how the Jews place so much weight on 2 bible stories that maybe I have just grown up thinking ...
... two boats together before we sang some worship songs/hymns and listened to a message by Dr. Nyquist. He appropriately spoke of passages from the gospels addressing events that happened on the Sea of Galilee. It was good to be reminded of the Lord's sovereignty over all as he spoke of Peter and the disciples catching an enormous catch of fish after Jesus instructed them to cast their nets on the other side of the boat, of Jesus calming the storm ...
... food shopping for Shabbat. No inclination of what was to come the next day.
Part III - a bed in Israel
Woke up Sat. morning feeling ok. While Mark was at his dental appt. I went into the nearby cafe and ordered some mint tea. By the time we got home I knew something wasn't right . . and for pretty much all of Shabbat (I did make it up for Havdalleh) my entire walk consisted of going from the bed to ...
... of smoke rising from my ears. By the time we'd gotten
back to the point that we'd passed 2 hours previously, my blood pressure had
returned to something approximating normal and enough blood was flowing to my
brain to allow for coherent conversation.
There was quite a lot of evidence that there had been some rain here
during this winter. The ground was damp her and there and the creek beds that
we were walking though were very green. It was very nice, if ...
... most varied cuisines of the world. The dishes reflect the country's history as a Spanish colonial port, and are a mixture of Spanish, African, Asian, American and Indian influences altogether. Many dishes have rice or corn and potatoes. What I do not really fancy is the fact that most of the Peruvian dishes are apparently very spicy and quite heavy. But I will wait and see. I probably can always find fruits, according to the internet there ...