Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the boardwalk is full of hills where the kids love to ride their bikes. Many cafes and restaurants as well. We had a lovely lunch at the Marina Hotel, and as the name suggests, overlooks a beautiful pool and marina. We were the only ones in the restaurant...no other groups. Tourism is down in Israel, obviously. The next stop was the ancient port city of Jaffa. Pretty cobblestone streets with lovely galleries. We stopped at St Peter's Monastery, a 100 ...
... today. As she explained that even though we all come from diverse backgrounds, have different colors of skin and of course traditions, that we are all still Jewish with a common thread, we believe in one g-d and follow the Torah. It was quite moving in parts and Mati has such a zest for life coupled with a gift for knowledge and how to impart it to others that our times with her have been a true pleasure. Lee's main objective whilst in Israel was to ...
... meant to, though I know that we saw Bialik's house, the old Jaffa railway station from the time the British controlled Palestine, and the Suzanne Dellal Centre, which is Israel's foremost dance school, as they all actually had English signs. Late afternoon saw us taking in the skyline of Tel Aviv from the Old Jaffa fort at twilight, which was lovely, and giving St Peters church the once over, then walking back to the hotel along the Mediterranean seafront ...
... no more than three stories tall. They were painted in strong colors: bright blue, pinky-red, blazing yellow.
Well all that walking worked up our appetites, so we found our way to Tolaat Sfarim (The Book Worm Coffee House) on Kikar Rabin. We ordered shakshouka, a very popular Israeli dish of Tunisian origin consisting of eggs poached in tomato sauce with chili peppers, onions, eggplant, summer squash, cumin, and other spices. ...
... took our passports over to the main supervisor who went through our passports and asked us lots of questions regarding my travels to Morocco, Indonesia, Malaysia - who did I know there? Why did I go there? Who did I go with? Then quizzing Louise and I about how we knew eachother, how long our parents had known eachother, when they were getting married etc. It was pretty full on and my heart was thumping, I thought they were going to stop us from getting on our flight! ...