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... Israeli immigration. The immigration officer (with a uniform on) takes passports of a couple people at a time and goes into his office. A few minutes later he comes out and gives the passports to the people and takes a couple more and goes inside. When we finally get the nod from him and our passports back we then have to go through a passport check about 5 feet away and that uniformed person looks at our ...
... around your head to make the traditional headpiece. About 3/4s of the way up we stop by a restaurant to take a rest break and they had coffee and cookies out for us. Petra itself leaves me almost speechless. We walked down to the Treasury with our guide stopping along the way to learn about different carvings in the sandstone. It was cold and dizzily (left our ponchos in our ...
... and observe the temple sitting atop Mt. Carmel from afar, so that I could take my time in Caesarea. As far as I’m concerned, it was a good decision.
The remains of Caesarea represent the largest Roman ruins I’ve seen so far, and probably will see on this trip. Complete with aqueducts to channel fresh water from the interior, the port built by the tyrannical Herod the Great (and named in tribute of his Roman patron) is ...
... We had spent most of the day in the sun, in the salt, and either walking or swimming. I showered and passed out, barely noticing when the last of the girls who had been staying in my room left. At some point much later, I awoke because my phone was ringing and I had been waiting for the couple I was with to call to wake me for dinner. It wasn't them, but I figured I'd get up and go downstairs anyway.
When the other couple woke up, we decided that we ...
... whose name escapes me and there wasn't much there. The
houses were one story and quite small, there was maybe one gas station,
and no traffic lights. Given the smells there may or may not have been
plumbing, yet everyone seemed to have a satellite dish for tv (tv
programming is completely free in pretty much all of the Middle East).
The people, while they seemed to live in what would be poverty by our
standards, were still ever as welcoming ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting