Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center
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... Aviv. What makes this kibbutz unique is not the agriculture or community above ground, but what took place underground. Located near a British military outpost and railway, this kibbutz was home to an underground bullet factory, staffed by 40 brave individuals who risked their lives for the Jewish community in Israel. Between 1946 and 1948, over 2 million bullets were produced there, without knowledge of the British or most of the kibbutz residents, including ...
... I felt so terrible and my legs hurt so bad. We went out to dinner that night and it was really good!! Then I headed to the airport with a group of people who had flights that night and spent the next 20 hours traveling home on my birthday!
Since I left Israel after midnight, I actually got 30 hours of March 22nd (of my birthday!) but it was so miserable I didn't care too much :)
When I got home I crashed so I could get ready for the week!
... ascetic Caliph Omar ordered a large but simple wooden mosque erected there, and later the El Aqsa mosque was built—recent archeology suggests it was built on the foundations of the Jupiter Temple. But it took nearly the rest of the century for the octagonal structure of the great Dome of the Rock to be built under Caliph Abd-el-Malik in 697. Although Jerusalem has been captured many times since, the Dome, with occasional re-gilding, has stood ever after.
... a group. Benj gave us the orientation rundown for a couple hours and included a tour of the Moshav so that we would learn everything from the shekel tally system for laundry to the forbidden fruit in his personal garden (he did say that we could eat from every other tree, though) to the "modesty kit" we will occasionally need to bring on field trips (it turned out to be just pants, no flip-flops, and no tanks).
This afternoon, we ...
... br> They are a country with no oil, that's why they need our Aid. Their main export is potash. They are fairly self supporting as far as agriculture goes. They do import their rice from California.
They are environmentally aware and work very hard to preserve precious water resources. Most of them build their homes so that the flat roof is tiled and can collect rain water during their rainy season.
Women are ...