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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.
... to the Namal for a lively, musical, egalitarian pre-Shabbat service. After the service, we returned to the hotel to bring in Shabbat and enjoy a festive Shabbat meal. After some time relaxing in the hotel, and spending time with other teen groups who are visiting from the US, we went to bed for a restful Shabbat sleep.
Saturday morning, we enjoyed a late wakeup and began the day with kiddush, a snack, and Shabbat morning services. Next, we celebrated July ...
Our amazing adventure in New Zealand is just days away and we're so incredibly excited.
Having said that, hearing repeated reports about the horrible plane crash in France, a week away from our two-dozens hour flight to New Zealand is a bit stressful... ...
... but I got a little bored during
his talk. We had time to mingle with Israeli law students after the talk, but I
mostly ended up talking to Yale students.
We then went to a market in Jaffa, the wealthy suburb that
was established by the Palestinians before Tel Aviv became a major city. It was
crowded but cool! I had lunch with Erin, Alina and Katie at an Egyptian place.
It was really crazy- you walked into this café and ...
... entire wall. There is a similar length of wall off to the left inside the synagogue itself. Gil and Brian took a look in there, and having a 21st century air conditioning system, it was a lot more pleasant than the sun-drenched area just outside. It too was filled with devout Jews praying or reading from the many hundreds of religious books stored on the bookcases inside. For some reason, the upstairs gallery was closed, so Mira and Mary ...