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Travel Blogs from Arad
... Garry had a good feeling
about Danon this time, though Garry often suffers from an overabundance of
optimism. He got it right this time. 10 minutes later than the agreed time (20
minutes earlier than Beduoin Mean Time) we climbed into Danon's Jeep. Barely 24
hours after we headed south we were back home, safe and sound, having
negotiated THE carbolet, or at least half of it. Our own private Jerusalem was
difficult, but not nearly as hard as it's made out to be.
So before I start my kibbutz volunteer, I wanted to visit a friend working in Israel and just site see and veg out a bit. My friend lives in Be'er Sheva. We were in the Marine Corps together. He found me a place to stay with a coworker were I had my own room. Today we decided to head to the Dead Sea as it's just over an hour from town. It was really cool as we were driving there they had elevation signs on the side of the rocks that indicated how far above and then ...
... the site is largely a ruin today, it remains very impressive, and some great restoration work has been done - largely by volunteers. They have used existing stones found at the site and restored some buildings, so you get a reasonable sense of the grandeur of the palace. Interesting elements include massive long storage rooms which housed food for months (dried dates from Zealot times were actually found ...
... Science Monitor which describes the Plan that "is a potentially explosive blueprint to expand the city five-fold that could wreak havoc with Palestinian plans for self-rule in the West Bank." Fast forward to 2012 where "media reports in Israel claim that the government is planning to transfer responsibility for up to 90,000 Palestinians from Greater Jerusalem to the military authorities...... the Israeli-led municipality which ...
... s field, we went to Manger Square, where the Church of Nativity is
located. We then tour Bethlehem’s various sites including the Grotto of
Nativity and the Catholic Church of St. Catherine.
Israel was awesome and I saw so many amazing site. Tomorrow I leave for Lyon to do some great eating and drinking!