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Our wakeup call comes at 5 A.M. Baggage must be outside our door by 5:30. Phil has already left on a 5 A.M. flight to Amman. Angela will not leave until 11 A.M. She is going scuba diving in Sharm el-Sheikh.
The remaining seven of us are in the bus and on our way to the airport at 6 A.M. The drive through early morning Cairo is very …
We get a late start at 9:00 haha!! We head to the Old City walls on an all day walking tour. Tour is loaded with archeological info about the building of the three cities, one on top of the other. The Roman, the Christians (crusaders) and the Muslims. The Jewish quarter is the smallest of the three sections of the inner city. On the outside of the …
Beautiful day and sunny. Everyone present and accounted for. Our first stop is the Hadasseh Medical Center where we were treated to a short documentary in the synagogue of the hospital. Here we saw and heard the explanation of the Marc Chagall Windows. The hospital was started in the early 1900s when Henrietta Szold came with her mother and saw the …
Started our day early with a 7:30a.m. pickup by our guide. The Temple Mount was a big event of our day and the line starts early! This is something Scott has wanted to see for years. As a non Muslim you cannot enter the actual Dome of the Rock as it is controlled by Muslims and they do not want Jews or anyone else coming in. Under the beautiful …
We left Eilat today for our trip north. On the way we did a jeep tour of the Ramon Crater. Basically a mountain that has been eroded away so only the sides remain so it looks sort of like a crater. It was interesting to learn about and view and fun to ride around in a jeep.
We stopped also at another ruin call Avdat, which is a desert …
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$550+ / night for tiny room and rock hard bed. One chair. Had to sit on bed which was so low it was difficult for me to rise. Dirty bathroom with mold...and we know what mold looks like. Cockroach on bathroom wall. Dark halls. Fire exits located behind panels that appeared to be solid walls. Stench in halls and elevator that got worse as elevator approached lobby. This was worst "expensive" hotel we've ever stayed in.
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