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Despite the fact we'd be landing in Tokyo at 20:00 and it'll take at least 2 1/2 hours to get to the hotel, we'd still prefer to get to Tokyo and not spend a night at an airport hotel in Narita.
Yup, it's the same hotel we've stayed at during the first visit. ...
Today was the first full day of our tour. After a great night of sleep, we started the day with a breakfast buffet in Tel Aviv. We had to be on the bus at 7:20 am to get a full day of touring in before Shabbat which begins at 7:00 on Friday evenings. Many businesses are closed already at 3:00 in the afternoon to prepare for the Jewish Sabbath.
Our first stop was at Caesarea. Herod the Great had built a grand palace there with a fresh water ...
... 1200s, it was taken to Rome.
The church also has a courtyard with a statue of St. Jerome. St. Jerome was charged with translating some of the books of the disciples. When he died, he was buried here.
The guide also told us why the church had a statue of St. George. St. George was a Roman soldier who refused to arrest people just because they were Christian. Eventually he converted, slayed a dragon, and protected Christians from persecution. The guide explained ...
... It was hot and crowded. It took us 3 hours to get out of there. Our guide met us outside the building and drove us to Tel Aviv which took us about 1 1/2 hours.
The countryside initially was like that of Jordan, white limestone, little vegetation. We cut across the middle of the country; from the north tip of the Dead Sea, around Jerusalem, a little north west to Tel Aviv on the Mediterranean Coast. The landscape ...