Leonardo Boutique Hotel Tel Aviv
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... t let your child become an Ars.
Beyond Purim and Arsim, I've been getting to know the people on my program better. I've realized over the past few days that it can be hard to get to know someone on a deeper level when there are always so many other people around. It's been nice to break off into smaller groups and learn about people's upbringings ...
... to say that pride got the better of me as I strode off in spray of directions (none of them correct). Well after walking over an hour long, which should have been 20 mins, I found the hostel thanks to the help of a shopkeeper.
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Finishing up on Athens, though, my hotel was not very well located. But it was comfortable enough. I wouldn’t have been able to stay there long. It smelled like a funeral parlor—you know, flowers in a can? There seems to be a lot of air freshener used in the Middle East/Mediterranean. I wonder if they’re trying to cover cigarette odor, since they are finally ...
... impressionist paintings then through the gallery of modern art, but we really didn't do them justice. It's clear that this is a truly great museum. All told, we spent about seven hours in the two museums, quite an achievement, and still we came away wishing that we'd been able to stay longer. We'd arranged with Gil and Mira that we'd take them out for a nice meal on our final night in Jerusalem. We headed to a well-known Arab village, Abu ...
... rural, ancient Judean Hills to the bustling, modern Tel Aviv was jarring. Thoroughly lost, we clanked around the downtown, with glimpses of the ocean to whet our Mediterranean appetites. At one point we whizzed by a sweet-looking café on Bograshov Street called Le Moulin. “We’ve got to go back there!” I told Annie. Finally, with several sets of questions to several sets of questionees about directions (smart phone apps ...