- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... the subject of great tension and some Muslim violence in the intervening time. In his view, the Dome of the Rock is the very last great building constructed in the Classical world of antiquity, prior to the medieval period. When the true creator of the Islamic Empire, the Caliph Omar, visited Jerusalem shortly after the Muslim conquest, he was told by a Jewish convert to Islam named Ka’ab that the best place to build a Muslim holy place in Jerusalem was on ...
... br> Enjoying a lovely barbeque and catch up I was taken back to the airport after a week's long travel. Once again I was subjected to many questions, and ranked 5/7 on the security risk scale, but after few real problems I headed through into the departure lounge, where after a proper Granny wave I met up with Tim and Wendy from my Petra tour again, telling them all about my day with my aunty, and ...
... death of a friend/classmate) but he said that if you have a funeral and a wedding on the same day you cry at the funeral but you dance in happiness at the wedding. Of everything I learned in high school that stuck with me probably because it is always relevant and always important to remember.
There's still more laundry to be done, packing that needs to be finished, separation from Prince (with some tears there from Y and possibly me) and then WE'RE OFF!
... few to be seen in the park. At the lake, a school group was taking out the paddleboats - all things to be found in most major city parks.
Next stop was the Eretz Israel Museum, which has wonderful displays of coins, stamps, glassware, ceramics, textiles, all dating back to hundreds of years BC to current era. Then there was a Tel, dating to the Bronze Age, which was in the process of being excavated. Really a ...