Hotel de la Mer
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Continental Breakfast
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... Bridge woke up feeling better, and we even got around successfully on foot today. Being Friday morning it was important to get the local sights out of the way today before shutdown this afternoon. We wondered the flea market, strolled the port and were overwhelmed by the Carmal market. Thankfully, before being overwhelmed we procured some rather delicious aforementioned treats. Challah, hommus, green spicy stuff, dolmades and pickled fish for dinner! Our hostel ...
... different from the loud, flashy Americans who normally frequent the Tel Aviv beachfront hotels. After I settled in, I realized I was hungry having slept through the airplane meal service so I ventured out to explore the neighborhood. There were various places which seemed interesting, but they would have to wait until the daylight hours as they were closed for the night. As ...
... West Bank…maybe even one day be free enough to travel 40 some miles to the beach and feel the cool of the Mediterranean Sea swirl around your toes, just like Israeli children are allowed to do. I wonder if you can even imagine a world without that heinous wall…without that vicious and unjust oppression…a world without apartheid. But it is all you have known – for all of your 12 years of life…No! - For all ...
Our room at Pina Barosh was our favorite so far on this trip: very comfortable couch and great bed in a stone-walled courtyard renovated from an old stable, spacious, responsive staff, lovely breakfasts on a patio overlooking the Galilee, waking every morning to enthusiastic birds, near the artists in the old (new by Israeli standards) ...
... move us in ways that run far below the surface. This not the nature of the BaHa’I faith. But as religions go, BaHa’is have much less to apologize for than pretty much everyone else.
The gardens in Haifa are lovely, of course, and while I seem to remember them always being here apparently they took their current elaborate, geometrical form only 20 years ago and the full gardens only opened to the public in 2001. They have been called ...