Leonardo Boutique Hotel Tel Aviv
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... inspector standing alongside his car with her pad. Immediately, I alerted Ronnen and he rushed out the door saving himself another 100 NIS!
Our 'last supper' with the Finkelman family (and Ronnen, of course) was at a lovely steak restaurant called Neve Tse - A Place for Meat, in the 'Herzl' district not far from the hotel. It was a beautiful evening and meal that we shared - what a way to end our stay in Israel! We thought ...
I woke up today and still wasn't feeling very well. I had taken some night time cold medication that Pnina gave me yesterday, so at least I got some sleep and wasn’t completely exhausted. Lee and I had a tentative plan to go to Tel Aviv today, but since I wasn’t feeling well and today is the start of the Sabbath, we decided to put that on hold until Sunday. We would have had to leave Tel Aviv ...
... in the evening, one of the volunteers who is a pastor conducted a Christmas Eve church service. We had several readings, sang some songs, listened to a sermon and then a communion service. I really enjoyed the service. After the service, I was just going to head to bed as it was a few minutes before midnight. Instead one of the volunteers snagged me and dragged me into the midnight dinner and the gift exchange that some of e volunteers were doing. I had opted to not do the ...