Margoa Arad Hotel
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... a pita bread and salad lunch, again with many bowls of interesting foods on our table. It was the first place we'd visited thus far in our stay in Israel where we saw significant numbers of people. It is obviously a popular spot for Israelis. After lunch we took a wander round the old port, looking at the archaeological ruins and appreciating more fully the scale of Herod's project to build an entire enclosed port and town. From there we drove ...
... website said you did not.) So I now have enough money to make it back to the airport tomorrow, and buy small gifts and possibly a light dinner tonight and tomorrow night. (though not all of that will cover the amount.) So we shall see what I use it on....
... out over the Sea of Galilee. We were invited guests at the table of the Nyquests' .We had great conversation and great food.
It was a wonderful evening. Dad and I watched the moon rise over Sea of Galilee.
Tomorrow we leave this area and head down south to the Dead Sea. We hope to get a massage and spa treatment when there with the world renowned Dead Sea salt/mineral products.
Shevua Tov (Hebrew for "have a great week") ...
... If you haven't been to the Toronto airport, at least in the international section they have a pretty impressive waiting area There are tablets at every seat and all around the tables.When you want to order you just click on attendant . . .very nice.
Mark found me without any problems. Took a taxi from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Hung out in the apartment in the afternoon and went for a nice dinner at Polly's along ...
... was in the low 60’s at best. So almost no one was there—we pretty much had the entire 35.3 cubic miles of water to ourselves. But no matter how chilly, we were determined to have a birthday dip.
After a quick change, we minced our way into the water. Strangely, there was no sand—we were walking on white, crunchy minerals. Maybe this was how a pickle felt when it hits bottom after being chucked into a barrel of brine! And ...