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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Los Cedros La Cumbre
After some 9 hotels in the past 4 weeks, I have to say that this is my favorite. Despite the fact that we do not have much water pressure, I like the attitude of the staff, the food is great and the garden like setting around the pool is pleasant to look at. I would recommend this hotel to my friends.
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... foods, but there were hidden cafes in it too, which is unique. I found the new city very interesting because it was like America, but newer and nicer, (everything was new and advanced, and yeah no comment here), but yet there was clear Arab influence. Another very interesting thing I found while walking around is the number of people with guns. Not only were there average people openly carrying, but also the people in the military carried huge machine guns. Now let me back ...
... ones. They are all various shades of a sandy colour, and this is because the British governor in the '20s made an ordinance that all buildings must be faced with stone. I do like the look of it. One example is the Great Synagogue of Jerusalem, which wasn't far from the apartment.
It was time to leave for the Waldorf, but first we had to face the Shabbat lift. Because the Sabbath means that no work can be done, not even pressing the lift button! the lift automatically ...
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This field study was so exciting because we got to explore an entirely new portion of Israel—the Benjamin Plateau. We loaded up onto the bus with high hopes for the day only to be told to unload so Benj could explain a little more about Kiriath-Jearim before we left. The main thing I took away from the mini-lecture was that Kiriath-Jearim is actually divided into a hill and a city. There is some confusion about the location of the border ...
... welcomed change. I could not have been a happier guest to count more salad options on the table than there were people. This is worth mentioning as 23 people attended the first dinner. AMAZING! My palate was watering before I could say pass the humus. After fried rice and noodles and curries for the past 5 months I was on cloud nine to be eating home cooked meals with so many different flavours and countless options to choose from. They know how to win me over that is for ...