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... I needed to go. I was pretty creeped out but turns out he was the one who was supposed to take me to my apartment. As I followed him through the terminal, I met two of my roommates who were also taking the taxi with me. After introductions, we realized all 3 of us were being taken in the same car. We had about 6 large pieces of luggage and a couple of large backpacks, plus Jacov, our driver. We ...
... First stop was the Church of the Nativity where we saw the birthplace of Jesus and where the manger would have been. There was only a 10 minute wait to go into the grotto to see these 2 places and normally the waiting time is 2 hours. The 14 pointed silver star represents the 14 stations of the cross and the 14 generations of Jesus. There are 3 religions represented here.... Armenian, Greek Othodox and Catholic. Next stop was Shepherd's Field ...
... but it is located within walking distance of Ben Gurion Avenue which points up several excellent restaurants and cafés serving Israeli and international cuisines. The property do features a marvelously laid out kitchen space where guests can cook their own meals, while it is built right over a supermarket, which caters most of the market needs of the guests staying here. Book it now with HotelsZimmer.com ...
... the pope had just been earlier in the week. It is filled with graffiti in English and a few other European languages because the graffiti is there to speak to the tourists. Since so many people come to Bethlehem to see the holy sites, this is a good way to reach an international audience. I enjoyed the graffiti a lot because it was colorful, positive, and peaceful. However, I have to admit that I was both enlightened and saddened by the discussion we had at the ...
... Breakfasts were interesting usually consisting of yoghurt, meat, cheese, tomato, cucumber and olives with bread. And the bread was good too. They bake fresh for breakfast, then again for lunch and dinner. Kayla loved the Apple Tea and we all liked the Turkish Delight!!
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We arrived in Tel Aviv and passed through Immigration quickly and easily. Actually it was a lot less strict than we thought it may have been. We ...