Leonardo Suite Tel-Aviv Bat-Yam
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- Swimming pool
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... a lovely roof top lunch, my goodness these people know how to put on a spread, salads of every imaginable description, flat bread of course, rice, what looked like peas and corn out of a tin as the peas were tinned pea colour, falafel, shish kebabs delicious tender lamb plus hummus of course. Baklava to finish with beautiful coffee flavoured with cardamom..quite delicious. We visited loads of holy places and fortunately we were all going in same ...
... trees line the banks and remind us of home. •Lunch was at, Sachne (Arab name) some think this is the site of "The Garden of Eden".Amazing place!Beautiful pools surrounded by Palm trees,the water is a constant 28 degrees, fish nibbled your feet as you sat on a rock ledge,if you didn't move,I've paid money for this experience.Wayne loved the waterfall as a neck massage,I couldn't stand under it,due to the ...
... color difference would have become obvious. That, and I was scraping a really ugly, badly made wall that I really just want to take a pickax to. I don't know exactly why it was so poorly constructed, but perhaps it was due to repair or reuse (it shows possible signs of this). All our slumpiness has been shaken however as we will soon be homeless. The hotel will be closing as of Monday ...
... then my parents along with my friend Muna and her little youngest brother Yosef, two of Mohie's children, dropped me off back in Ashkelon before 7 pm. It have to be up at 4 am again tomorrow, bright and early. I had a wonderful weekend; it was completely unforgettable! I hope to go back with Muna next week, but until then, it's time for some archaeology. PS Check in tomorrow for some Jerusalem pictures. PPS want for info on my ...
... We rode the brand-new street car which stopped up from the hotel one stop and caught the end of the market activity. While it seemed plenty busy to me, we later learned that almost half of it was closed because of Passover, and whatever they were selling was not allowed. By the time we worked our way back to the hotel, it was getting dark. As a last-ditch surrender for us all, we elected to just eat the McDonald's across from our ...