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... from our morning prayers, it was back on the bus to the neighborhood of Florentine in Tel Aviv for a walking tour through the streets with Guy Sharett, linguist extraordinaire, who told us about the city & country by deciphering the graffiti on the walls. Armed with a hand-held dry erase board, Guy taught us how to interpret some of the Hebrew on the graffiti & some ...
This was also the point of the Bible Gardens, to show the meaning behind the trees and plants and symbolism and literal meanings when these are discussed through the Bible. The site is officially called, the Neot Biblical Landscape Reserve, for more info: www.neot-kedumim.org.il
We had a great good-bye dinner, and drive to the airport. The layers ...
... exchange desk and was the tenth person in line. Even though there were four people sitting at the counters, only one was actually open. After waiting in line for thirty minutes, I was told that it is not worth it to change my money into Romaninan Lei in Israel. Great!
Later, I looked at the display board for my flight to Bucharest and walk to the gate, only to find out that I had gone to the Tarom airlines gate. I later went back to ...
Yesterday we took a drive up to Nahariya, which is about 50km north of Haifa on the sea. It has been about 40 years since Annette was last there. The old bus station is now shops, and there is new housing, but the place is still the same. We wandered around for a couple hours. We came across one bldg that had a main level shopping area, we counted 8 shoe stores in a row. Sarah this was ...
... walk to Le Moulin and see if they had more than pastries. They didn’t. But on the way we had noticed a promising falafel and humus restaurant, so we retraced our footsteps. We ordered big platters and sat at a communal table on the patio in the warm Tel Aviv sunshine. And wowzer, was the food good!
Next to us were two women, talking, seemingly randomly, in either Hebrew or in North London-accented English. Inevitably, we started talking with them. ...