Moevenpick Hotel Ramallah
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... their reality. I found a little cafe and had a lovely meal of Parmesan Crusted Veal and Mashed potatoes with an egg and mushrooms. Again, the people watching was superb. Tonight 3 well dressed and coiffed elderly ladies provided the show. They initially sat at the back of the cafe, so I am not entirely sure what happened but it seemed to involve copious amounts of liquid being spilled all over the place the place....at least I think that is what happened. ...
... Israelis getting kidnapped or put in situations that could cause big political messes. Later, somebody confirmed that there had been some gruesome incidents due to Israelis being kidnapped after entering those zones.
In any case, we made our first Zone A stop just outside of Jericho, at The Sycamore. This is supposedly The specific sycamore where the New Testament story of Jesus and the Tax Collector took place. The tree isn't particularly large and so it's ...
... ve been in the Dead Sea before but every time I get a little nervous and especially this time since I had a blister on my toe and I had left shoes at the hotel. But I pulled a YOLO (you only live once) and went in. It turns out it was the first time that the water didn't sting my body while I was swimming. After floating around for a while I decided that it was time to get out. I couldn't wait to get back so I could shower off ...
... where Jesus healed a blind man).
Then on to a street lunch inside the Jaffe gate of a date filled bread and minted lemonade. This was very enjoyable and we headed off to the 'Tower of David' I.e the museum of the history of Jerusalem. This gave us the history of Jerusalem from Canaanite times until the present day. It was really well planned out in what was Herod's palace at the time of Jesus. ...
... went smoother than I originally expected.
Though the room was somewhat lacking in charm, it had plenty of space to accomodate us, and it really felt like "staying like a local."
Nana and Papa ran out to a kebab shop for some shwarma, fries, salad, pita, and hummus. It was a FEAST and perfect for our first night in-country. We put the kids down to bed around 10pm, and miraculously, they slept pretty much through the night...