Marina Hotel Tel-Aviv
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- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- TV Channel One Russia
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
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... of my roommates, Jordana, is here from Peru. Jordana is a native Spanish speaker but is fluent in English and is in my hebrew class. Today I learned that Jordana is managing several (5) optometry clinics back in Peru while being here. Between learning hebrew these first few weeks and starting our internships in a couple weeks, it's incredibly impressive that she can manage all of it. It's incredible to think about how much ...
... Josephus, of the menorah (lamp) of Queen Helena of Adiabene, a 1st century CE convert to Judaism. It reads in full, "Helena had a golden candlestick made [to be placed] over the door of the Temple, that when the sun rose its rays were reflected from the candlestick and everybody knew that it was the time for reading the Shema,” according to the Tractate Yoma in the Babylonian Talmud. This is very much the same beginning point as Stonehenge, ...
... of the most notable sites of the Holocaust, including Auschwitz-Birkenau and the Warsaw Ghetto. What an incredible journey for them to make and to be able to understand their own history by walking through it; it brings me peace to know so many people are doing many things to continue the education and remembrance of this tragic period. I could tell it had such a profound impact on her as well. It's impressive to see such a young ...
... to see the inside area. We then took a leisurely walk, it was too hot to rush anywhere, back to the car. Gil then took us for a further sightseeing drive round some of the interesting areas of Jerusalem. Before heading home, we took a drive to the top of the hill above Mevaseret Zion where we were able to get a great view of the city With only two days in Jerusalem, it is obvious that we haven't allowed half enough time to do justice to this most historic ...
... exchange desk and was the tenth person in line. Even though there were four people sitting at the counters, only one was actually open. After waiting in line for thirty minutes, I was told that it is not worth it to change my money into Romaninan Lei in Israel. Great!
Later, I looked at the display board for my flight to Bucharest and walk to the gate, only to find out that I had gone to the Tarom airlines gate. I later went back to ...