Evason Ma'In Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... things myself. About seven of the New Zealanders are leaving tomorrow so we brought our departure briefing and entertainment forward to just before dinner tonight. The Kiwis had us up doing the moves to a farewell song but the best act was a skit from one group who did a "Miss Marple" mystery that included parodies of our course leaders. It was well written and performed. I did a couple of Banjo Patterson's ballads - "A Bush Christening" and "The Man From Ironbark" which went over ...
... some trickles of wisdom, though, and, looking at their faces, I was extremely glad I did not attempt it! I got my ticket for the cable car and chatted with the operator who pointed out the various encampments and the Roman siege wall which is still remarkably visible. The view was breathtaking as the cable car ascended, and then I stepped back into history. Originally this was Herod's palace, but it took on a deeper significance in 70CE when ...
... Refaim. We then returned to the hotel, where the social action track engaged in a lively discussion about the Jewish value of "bikur cholim," or healing the sick, with Rabbi Bill Berk. Following this discussion, both tracks enjoyed an interesting presentation from renowned photographer Yoel Fink.
After several exciting days, teens have packed up to get ready for our journey to the north of Israel on Tuesday morning!
When I reached Jerusalem had the privilege of seeing many sites. The first building I saw was the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. This was apparently the holiest place for Catholic and Orthodox Christians. My curiosity drove me to go inside and look around. I asked the priest about the wonderful piece of architecture and he told me that it marked the site of Jesus’ crucifixion, burial and resurrection. I was intrigued but I was still a loyal Muslim, and I couldn't betray ...
... luggage tonight all the way through to Dulles, we each pulled out what we needed for our Istanbul overnight and threw it into a common carry-on. Having the one bag would make it easier, and it turned out to be very convenient that Turkish Airlines would check that bags all the way through that night.
Our primary goal for the day was to witness the ceremony of the Holy Fire, which
happens once a year on the Saturday between Good Friday and ...