Arta Lenz Hotel
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... I am on my own in terms of managing the group - without a driver or the variety of staff that accompanies a cruise. Yet the advantages are that once in the destination - there were no excursions so discarding general pieces of advice and support - everybody - myself included is free to do there own thing.
This meant that I chose to spend some time at the Berlin Wall memorial. Such a poignant and historic place where you can see remnants of ...
... Shiites and vice versa.... When will we learn? We are committing atrocities against animals on a global scale every day, butchering and pillaging our planet and its resources and it's beauty... Humans can be so good, but the opposite end of the spectrum exists as well, and probably always will. I suppose you can't have one without the other. After that museum, we grabbed some gelato (our first one of the trip, and something we had been meaning to do every night but hadn't gotten ...
... combatant of Anti-Semitism. There is always more that I can do to benefit my Jewish community.
I would like to thank DOJAS for giving me the opportunity to attend the AEPi European Conclave. The weekend allowed me to continue to explore my Jewish identity and aided in continuing my personal development.
Hindsight is obviously 20/20, but I should never have been worried about expressing my Judaism in Europe. The European Jewish community is welcoming, alive and thriving. ...
... a big enough group that we found ourselves with a lovely table at the center of the restaurant with not a lot of people nearby. It made for a great atmosphere and the food was excellent…a great start to our time in Belgium!
The next morning at the recommendation of the hotel we stopped in at a little bakery/café for breakfast and it was incredible! Phillip and Bree opted for Belgian waffles (more dessert than breakfast but what the heck it’s ...
... collection because of archeological work carried out by various expeditions. One archeologist with a controversial reputation is Heinrich Schleimann who, in the 1868 was so eager to prove that he had found the mythical Troy that he dug a trench, which can still be seen today, through many layers of civilisations to get to the one he wanted and did irreparable damage. This was on a hill in the province of Canakkale in Turkey which is now full of tourists ...