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... Europe look exactly the same as the European packaged products sold in Israel.
Later, I took the metro to Piața Unirii (Union Square). The metro was very clean, modern, and efficient. Once again, only a minimum of a two-way fare could be purchased for 4 Lei (about $1.25).
Once at Piața Unirii, I attempted to look for the Templul Coral, one of the main synagogues in Bucharest. What was supposed to be ...
... from Vienna) and a glass of water, before we retired for the night - a meal fit for a king! Time for a shower came about 9.30 pm when the sun went down, and we discover no towels supplied. Fortunately, Jeff had insisted we bring with us one of those camping microfibre towels that fit into a very small space in our backpacks. I told him we'd never use it, but I was wrong! What a saviour after a very hot day on a non air conditioned train in summer - ...
Today (Saturday, 16th) we are headed to Romania. I am taking the plane at around 5pm with Ana and the kids. Im really looking forward to this trip with the family. It will give me a chance to see where they (and me, if I go with them) might live next year.
Last week was a very busy week getting ready for the trip. I wanted to make sure I was caught up on studying. I was also able to go for lunch with some friends from my school. We took the kids to Yoga ...
... at the end of August. There is also the weekly and monthly update and quarterly newsletter to prepare. Sometimes it would be very easy to get bored of sitting at my computer, which is what I do most days, but the friendly open communication going on helps keep things alive. Ms. Arsene, who is the director of advising is also very nice but I haven't been able to interact with her much because my first week here she was in the U.S. and now she ...
... people from who knows where – I have no idea how all those government sponsored non-working Orthodox Jews afford to travel. Highest concentration outside of Jerusalem I saw the whole time in Israel. The lane director guy at the front points for me to go to the “empty line” which is awesome because the other three lines were crammed with people for about 30-40 feet and the line I was given only had two people in front of me. We’re ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed