Lusky Hotel Rooms & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ten minutes' drive from their place, which is well-known for its excellent restaurants. Certainly, the one that they chose was great, though as usual there was far more food than we could possibly eat. We should have been used to the routine by then, but still we got caught out by the food quantities. First came all the bowls of hummus, salads, dips and pickles accompanied by generous quantities of fresh pita bread. As soon as a bowl ...
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... walk to Mitcham HaRakevet, a new shopping area built in an old train station, to enjoy some free time on the town.
Thursday morning we were fortunate enough to be joined by 9 Israeli teens who are participants in the Diller Teen Fellows program. After some icebreakers and get-to-know-you games, they joined us for our morning programs, where we split into our tracks - the digital media track went to the Weizmann Institute, where some of ...
... of a little girl (not dressed appropriately per religious standards) searching a soldier.
Across from the famous graffiti was a famous hotel. It was fancy. We didn't get a tour of it, but the bathrooms were very nice.
We made a stop at Solomon's Pools. These pools were built (supposedly by Solomon, but if not, by somebody around that time period) to supply Jerusalem and nearby cities with water. The three of them collect the water, and then it ...
... so early that our room would not be ready and that this room, now being directed to was to be ours. It had a balcony but the original room for us did not, as requested in our original booking, so we settled for this one. Upon opening the door, Lee and I did a double take. A quick one because the size of the apartment resembled a cupboard more than the pictures representing the place on the website. The double bed looked like it was used as a prop in a war movie ...