Dead Sea Spa Hotel
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... available for the children and their families, and is also working to change the attitude in society to be more welcoming and inclusive.
Naomi (Monise's cousin) and Benjy, who toured us through Beit Issie, spoke about how in the Holocaust, people with disabilities were the very first to be taken to the gas chambers, as they were not part of ...
... The children's memorial was brilliant,using mirrors and lights to represent the 1.5 million children who died. •Our next destination was the Israel Museum, the largest cultural institution in the state of Israel with close to half a million objects in its exhibits,we came to see two of its highlights,we passed the "Knesset"as we neared the museum. •After passing through security we went to see a scale model ...
... of Beatitudes Guesthouse. Now this is a beautiful and serene place. My room is a little smaller than in Jerusalem but it has air conditioning and television. I haven't turned the TV on yet and I only found out about the air-con at dinner. In fact I told someone I didn't have any but I found it when I came back. Maybe I'll sleep better tonight. It is quite warm. I'll be interested to hear whether Maureen and Noel are familiar with this place. I expect they will know it. ...
... amp; the taxi driver grabbed a 100 shekel bill out of my hand & pushed me out of his cab. Seriously???? I made my way back to Evette & found that what I had purchased were crutches for tiny people. Evette would have had to walk bent at a 90* angle to use these. What do we do now? Evette called her cousin & she sent a driver to help us. We returned the tiny crutches & he drove us to some back alley to an unmarked doorway & ...
... and reached the top in time to recite some prayers and take in the beautiful sunrise. After touring Masada and learning about the history of the place, we descended via the snake path and enjoyed some breakfast. We then boarded the bus and headed to Maale Adumim to meet with Adina, an Ethiopian immigrant who shared with us her inspiring and moving story about her family's difficult journey to Israel. We then ventured to Jerusalem ...