Leonardo Suite Tel-Aviv Bat-Yam
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Quick disclaimer: I have a ton of homework, so I'll write about what I did, and you all can look up the history and politics on your own or ask me what you want. Sorry but need to be quick)
I just spent the past five days in Palestine/Israel, depending on who you're talking to, and it was an amazing and eye-opening experience. As I hope many of you know, there is a huge conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians/ other Arabs, because of this conflict ...
... they were partially built over. In the Byzantine era a church was built to one side, and over the pools, then the Crusaders also built a church - the present-day St Anne's.
It was raining so much and hard to keep the camera dry, but I managed to get a few shots to give us an idea of the pool and it's history. There are tall walls of stone, and archways, and the pool/s itself/themselves must be down at the bottom. It must have taken a lot of excavation! To get out of ...
... my brother had a chicken pita that was good as well. Rob didn’t love
the felafel as much, but I much prefer street food to sit down
restaurants. I really enjoyed the street food in Bangkok 15 years ago.
The flavors of the meat were amazing!
This is a tunnel under the Western Wall of the Old City of Jerusalem.
From lunch we took a tour ...
... Shira to then drive the hour and a half to Ariella's family. While I was waiting it was touching to see so many families reuniting and it made me even more excited to see the girls, but a little nostalgic of the day when that would be me running into the arms of my family and friends. Thankfully Shira arrived before I got teary eyed and we were off. As we were driving through the city and then reached the outer limits I was watching the monochromatic Jeruselm stones buildings whip ...
... this. After lunch we visited The Israel Museum which had a fantastic model of The City of David and Jerusalem. Our guide was able to further explain the layout of the cities and discuss the Biblical significance of the structures. The museum as houses artifacts and replicas of the Dead Sea Scrolls. We enjoyed a comfortable day with mild temperatures, cloud cover and breezes, for which we are ...