Leonardo Suite Tel-Aviv Bat-Yam
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I had a great sleep last night - about eight hours. That's when things went a little downhill! I realised that my elbow was sore and then I noticed in the mirror that I was bleeding. "Oh no!" I thought and went back to look at the bed. Sure enough I had been bleeding over both sheets. (We pause here and cut quickly to a shot of Denise nodding her head. This is all too familiar!) I assumed I must have knocked my elbow on something when I got ...
... I kid you not!
Michael prepared a wonderful blog during our time in Holy Land and I did not so I am sure he wouldn't mind if you were interested in this pilgrimage to read his wonderful account.
The politics of the region I will not cover here, save that conversation till we are home.
Enjoy and blessings to you all.
... to bequeath life to our offspring, if we believe that we are to pave the way to the future, then we must first of all not forget."
(Prof. Ben Zion Dinur, Yad Vashem, 1956)
Next stop Mount Hertzl Mount Herzl, also Har HaZikaron, is the site of Israel's national cemetery and other memorial and educational facilities, found on the ...
... needless to say the kids had a blast with it!!! We had small tunnels for the younger kids and gradually got bigger to the super tunnel. I will like to let everyone know that though there is not a photo to prove it I did crawl through the super tunnel successfully :) and amazingly (while laughing my *** off.)
Activities included a small obstacle course, and ladder climb were they had to get the stuffed animals at the top, walk the plank, ...
... this time. After I arrived I was taken to a fish restaurant across the street and almost burst after eating. Back at the store, the owner, Mohie, had a huge collection of archaeological objects, like glass, pottery and metal, which fascinated me. It was like being in a candy shop. I bought a few ancient things and some gifts and then an extraordinary thing happened - Dr. Randall Price of Liberty University walked in. He's a big ...