Grand Beach Hotel
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... oldest line in Israel that used to go between tel aviv and jerusalem. It is now a boutique place with restaurants and shops etc. we went to a lovely outdoor tapas bar under a huge old tree. We chatted to a French couple next to us and had a few glasses of wine . It was ...
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... hackles. Before you start to worry or wonder let me explain. For some reason in Jerusalem I stick out like a sore thumb and even though I wear long shirts and conservative shirts I still get the undesired attention from men. While at Tel Aviv though I wore my bathing suit, since I was at the beach. Amazingly though mine covered more skin than 85 percent of the other ladies at the beach. For the first time I ...
... of a little girl (not dressed appropriately per religious standards) searching a soldier.
Across from the famous graffiti was a famous hotel. It was fancy. We didn't get a tour of it, but the bathrooms were very nice.
We made a stop at Solomon's Pools. These pools were built (supposedly by Solomon, but if not, by somebody around that time period) to supply Jerusalem and nearby cities with water. The three of them collect the water, and then it ...
... those very sand dunes. The beach was wide and pretty, and the sun set across the water, just as if we were on a beach on the west coast of the United States.
Slowly we made the transition from Tel Aviv to Jaffa. It didn’t feel like a journey back in time, since Jaffa has been considerably renovated in the last 4,000 years. It now caters to everyone, Jewish, Arab, and foreigners alike. We walked around the Old City, which had been tastefully tarted ...