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Travel Blogs from Herzlia
... an hour walking and playing with the dogs. It was clear at the end of our visit, the kids had fulfilled the mitzvah of caring for animals and the dogs returned to their cages happy and ready for a nap.
It was then time for our visit to the Palmach Museum. The Palmach was the predecessor to the IDF. This museum is unique because of its interactive and engaging layout. When you visit the museum you walk through the story of 8 of the members ...
... yelled and were very loud. One little boy watched through a window until his mom pulled him away. It can't be easy to be a kid on a trip. Eden said today "I like the ice cream and the boat part but not really the rest" I get that. I always felt there were two types of travelers; the beach travelers and the museum travelers. One was hedonistic and one was sadistic. I was firmly in the sadist camp. But that doesn't mean my kids should want to be. They really ...
... Argentinian friends, Silvia and Juan Jose made my days in Copacabana, Isla del Sol, some days in La Paz, and I didn’t leave them until Sucre. They will obviously be part of my next visit in Argentina’s Mendoza. My room in their place is already reserved. Claire, with whom I connected in the Salar, and with whom I have the best surrealistic pictures ever will hopefully visit some day in Israel, or else I will see her in Munich. So many more people ...
... well rested with a good night’s rest and how much difference it makes in how we greet a day - with openness and curiosity. This is our third full day in Israel and we’re just about feeling like jetlag is receding and we’re back to our normal (?) selves.
Late afternoon, Reut picks us up and takes us to her mother’s for family Shabbat dinner in Rehovot, roughly 30 minutes south of Tel Aviv. On our last trip ...
Well, while this is NOT a long trip in any way, I always take the time to pack everything and make sure I have all my necessities with me.
We've just learnt that the weather in Rome should be prety decent (apx. 20 degrees with an occasional shower or two), which is excellent for the long walks we plan to take.
Let's hope the forcast is accurate. :)
I'm off to do some ...
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