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Travel Blogs from Tel Aviv
... Denver CO.” She said ‘Oh. Colorado.” And then looked away. Of course, you have to hear this conversation
in a very heavy Israeli accent. What’s
her deal with CO?
time to check into the Dan Panorama hotel to rest up for Shabbat. Evette & I are on the 16thy floor with ...
... which isn’t very long) are some excellent examples of the Bauhaus architecture that inspired the UNESCO to make Tel Aviv (or “The White City”) a World Heritage Site. After breakfast (more later ;-) we limped, slowly, up the Boulevard and took a break in the Yaakov Garden, which has some really lovely sycamores. The trek to Benedict was well worth it, although, I wasn’t limping so it’s easy to say that. We each ordered a main dish, but ...
... Mohammad was thought to have ascended into Heaven. It was beautiful and we walked all around the area.
Next we stopped at the church that was built on the birthplace of John the Baptist. The church had stained glass windows in the dome that were particularly striking. We sang in that church to enjoy the acoustics.
The Holicaust Museum was our next stop. It was more than we could take - just overwhelming. The ...
... Indecipherable, that is, unless you were acquainted with the Israeli alphabet, in which case they were fairly easy to decipher.
After baggage reclaim, it was straight through the green, nothing to declare, door and out into the arrivals area and the warmth of the Tel Aviv evening.
Leaving the country ...
... all their might to the sound of singing, of lyres, lutes, tambourines, castanets, and cymbals.” (2 Samuel 6:5)
With the ancient echoes of that joyous celebration ringing in our ears, we strolled around the lovely grounds of the convent. The air was clear; we caught glimpses of the ocean to the east and the Jerusalem hills to the west. The idyll was marred only by the many damaged trees from the recent snow storm. The olives took an especially ...