Mizpe Yam Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and it has all kind of amazing informational details. I won't go into that because by now I'm sure I forgot almost all of them. And also because I'm sure we can Google that and Wikipedia has information about it. I'd like to record here the things I can't Google: memories, feelings. Jesus, his sis and a couple of other girls hiked the mountain up instead of using the cable car. They climbed 3.2 Kms with 330 meters elevation gain in 32 minutes. They ...
Today, I managed to book a trip from Tokyo to Mount Fuji, probably Japan's most famous feature.The trip includes fast transportation from Tokyo to the mountain (bus going there, bullet train coming back), a visit to the mountain, lake Ashi and a long and beautiful cable car ...
... and then had a bit of time to chill. We went back to Marta’s house for dinner. She made chicken schnitzel and mashed potatoes. She couldn't have picked a better meal for me. Meat and potatoes! We hung out there for a bit and then came back to Gilad and Kinerit’s. This is our last night here so tomorrow is an early-ish rise to get packed up. I’m going to say bye to the family in the morning before the kids head off to ...
... in a sudden rain and hail storm. Normally this would not be a problem, but kosher law prohibits umbrellas because opening the umbrella would be a form of building, so we all donned rain coats after brunch and walked to a local artist colony.
Since we couldn’t be picked up by cars on the moshav grounds (due to Shabbat) we made our way a few blocks down the hill in the rain to a bus stop where a caravan of local Haifa teachers picked us up ...
... town was established in 1922. There is also a nice memorial in the building for the soldiers from Ra'anana who died. We walked through a little market that is set up for the weekend. There were lots of neat antique-ish stuff as well as some artisan vendors. Then we went to a little cafe across the street. There we met a woman from New York; she and Omry had a nice little college rivalry going on. Omry goes to IDC so he's all for that, and ...