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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... water takes just about an hour. At the end of our tour we drank from a tap that was dispensing water that had been desalinated while we were on our tour. After the tour we continued the drive to Tel Aviv. Along the way we were treated to beautiful views of the coastline, beaches and several areas of town we would be back to visit. First impressions of Tel Aviv - this is an active city with lots of space for its citizens to ...
... font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">Friday morning we drove to South Tel Aviv, where we met with an organization called BINA. BINA seeks to engage Israelis of different backgrounds in social justice programs through a Jewish lens, operating a secular yeshiva in Tel Aviv. With BINA, we took a tour of the neighborhood and discussed key issues in the community. One of the most significant issues is that of refugees - Tel Aviv is home to thousands ...
A very early start today. After going through Israeli immigration we boarded our bus to Jerusalem about 8am. Our guide, Tali, was a Jewish girl who quickly made us all feel comfortable about our trip today. The drive to Jerusalem took about an hour from Ashdod. I am not sure what I expected to see but I was not ready for the number of people in the city. Our tour was basically a walking tour of the old city. I thought that I would have a mountain of thoughts to write about ...
... br> went to visit the new pizza place in
Jerusalem (Sbarro). Yahooda didn’t like all the noise and people so he asked
his friend to leave with him. The friend was reluctant but finally acquiesced
to Yahooda and they left. He said that 15 seconds after they walked out of
Sbarro, the place blew up. I am not sure but I think it was a suicide bomber. He said they felt the blast
and everything was dark. He was 15 seconds away from being killed, ...
... of the roads were closed and we had to reorganize our day and go to Bethlehem next rather than into Jerusalem. Bethlehem is in the West Bank and is controlled by the Palestinian Authority. It was once mostly Christian but now is mainly Muslim as is most of the West Bank. Israeli's cannot enter (and vice versa) without special written permission from the government. We had to change guides for this section of our tour and had to have ...