Golden Walls Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... weren't really). We had edamame beans, mixed fries, which were potato and yam. Sad to say the yam fries left kumara fries for dead, they were soooo good. Our third choice was an eggplant and mint yoghurt dish - the eggplant had been cooked with the stem end on. Really nice presentation, and delicious spooned into bread. They brought a plate of carpaccio with house compliments, and later brought complimentary shots of ouzo. A wonderful evening in a ...
... Muslim Quarter to get our bearings and pulled out our map. An Arab approached us, explained where we were and introduced himself and began chatting. He the offered to take us a roof with the best view of the old city and be our guide. He talk us of his experience as a guide and that he had three children to feed. He continued to try and
persuade us even after we said no, thanked him and walked away. Shortly afterwards we stopped to get our bearings again. As we ...
If you are staying in Israel, you will learn fast about shabbat which is sabbath, that starts from sunset on Friday and ends sunset on Saturday. No work for the Jewish community is to be done, so a lot of the bus lines and stores are shut down. They had shabbat elevators that stop at every floor, no dairy products because they don't mix with others food like meat. These are kosher things. Funniest thing was on Sunday morning they take away the ...
... and expanded to all types
of insects that control pests in farming. They are now one of the top
insect growers in the world.
Bet She’An National Park – an old Roman settlement
After visiting the kibbutz we headed to Bet She’An National Park, the
site of an ancient Roman ...
... in his schedule to run around for a while. He seemed honest and friendly enough, so we agreed!
Tareq turned out to be a blast to have along. He was a car insurance sales rep, and so he knew enough English to carry on conversation. That was a relief! As we hiked we all took pictures together and of each other, and he introduced us to a little of the Jordanian culture. He pointed out a melon growing in a rock that he picked to cook at home, ...