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Travel Blogs from Aydin
... northward in Jerusalem encompasses the northern half of Jerusalem, begins at the northeast corner of the Temple Mount, ends at Jaffa Gate just west of the second wall, and was built by Herod Agrippa I. Benj also pointed out the highest tower in Jerusalem (Psephinus) and Herod's three towers (Miriame for his wife, Hippocus for his friend, and Phasael for his brother).
After surveying several other locations around Jerusalem, we moved up a hill to the ...
... a good-ole-campfire night. A couple amateur spies came down from the Moshav to try to scare us, but we caught them at it due to the crunchy twigs to which they seemed magnetically attracted.
In the morning, we compared sleep quality and lazily packed up some of camp. I slept like a satisfied sloth--or something along those lines--but Lindsay, Kailey, Jenny, and Mishaela all froze in the hammocks and ended up relocating or even ...
בֹּקֶ 12; טוֹב That's pronounced "Boker Tov!" and means "good morning! The jet lag was actually little bit more noticeable this morning, but since I woke up early I had some extra time. I spent most of it exploring the grounds of the Moshav a little bit more extensively. I found the Biblical Gardens and enjoyed a nice walk through the fruit gardens where I found grapes, pomegranates, ...
... out. The drive to LAX and then the flight to our domestic layover at PHL was thankfully uneventful. It was exciting to see our first Hebrew sign on the way through security for the trans-Atlantic leg of the flight. We also passed a really neat K'NEX display created by a local art group.
The longer flight from PHL to TLV (Tel Aviv) was long, but peaceful. I was able to finish the pre-IBEX homework and then work ...
... Art Fair. For Shabbat, we participated in a lively egalitarian service at the Tel Aviv Port, followed by a festive Shabbat dinner and an exciting night of games and snacks to celebrate America's Independence.
On Saturday, July 5th, we started the day with Shabbat services led by some of our teens, followed by a discussion on Jewish identity. We then enjoyed a relaxing afternoon which included family and friends ...
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