Leonardo Suite Tel-Aviv Bat-Yam
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... but his is most famous. It took us forever to actually find his paintings, mostly because we walked around them and past them for about forty minutes without seeing them, totally was theme of the trip. but it was funny and made stumbling upon the graffiti all the better. We spent time looking at the pictures and reflecting on which we agreed with and which we had issues with. Then we had to rush back to the bus, which was late. So we ate Shwarma until it came. So this was ...
... and the Dead Sea pool
John - Masada
Sharon - Masada
Pam - Sde Boker
Interesting to see what appeals to everyone.
We passed a sign informing us that we were crossing the 1949 Armistice Agreement Line. This was at the end of the Israeli war with its neighbouring Arab countries, and the line held until the June 1967 War.
... to worship any stone. Anyways, it was kind of cool just for the fact of seeing new stuffs. Jerusalem has been the crowder place so far, which I personally don't enjoy, but there is not too much to do about it. We learned about the Via Dolorosa, some facts about the temple, the stairs that took you to it, more about the pools for purification, the Western Wall, the temple that now it's a Mosque, etc. So many little details here and there. ...
... bottom of the wall. The Temple Mount is a marvellous piece of engineering. Even the smallest stones weigh two tonnes while there is one stone that weighs 600 tons. On the north, east and south the structure constitutes the wall of the old city. It is just awesome to look at and walk on. Today the Jews are not allowed on the Temple Mount so they have transferred their veneration to a small section of the wall - the Western or Wailing Wall. This is now ...
... proudly proclaimed she isn't from Singapore, that she's from GERMANY, and beamed as she handed over her passport saying "I carry my passport everywhere I go!", much to the very unamused and confounded looks of the israeli police. I heard them report back to base on the radio. The radio conversation sounded like "base, I have found the intruders. One has a Singapore passport, the other is German. They are truly confused and stupid but harmless tourists who ...