Grand Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Hey all, just going to make a quick post before heading to dinner. Got here to Tel-Aviv safely and am at the Grand Beach Hotel. I'll be posting some pics from a quick tour of Jaffa in the next entry.
... which was my planned first site to visit.....
Nevertheless I jumped on my plane to Tel Aviv on the Saturday morning, ignoring all the worries of my work colleagues and family, and once again grabbing my free newspaper at Luton Airport and feeling like a complete pro. The flight was ONLY 5 hours on easyJet, so as you can tell I was thoroughly entertained the whole time - but luckily the view of the ...
... off my carry on, then headed up to the Lido to get some lunch.
My big bag (just one!) had been delivered by the time I got back to my cabin, so I started to unpack, met one of my cabin stewards (they work in pairs). The rest of the day involved the stupid muster drill (HAL is the only line that insists everyone actually go to their muster stations and stand in the hot sun and listen to the same old ...
... off outside the Israel Museum. By then it was nearly 2pm, so we grabbed an overpriced sandwich in the museum's cafeteria then proceeded to the museum itself. It was due to close at 5pm, so we knew that there was no time to be wasted. As with any great museum, it's impossible in one visit to absorb more than a tiny percentage of what's on display, and the Israel Museum is certainly no exception. Everything is displayed beautifully in this ...
... Hebrew; she said not at all. So here was this poor woman at a French convent, not speaking French; in Israel, not speaking Hebrew; who could barely get by in English. Either she enjoyed solitude, or she was sustained by her faith.
Back at the Jerusalem Hills Inn, we asked Ruti, who was batting 100% on restaurant recommendations, where we could get a quick bite. She suggested going east to the Har’el shopping mall in the nearby town ...