Nina Cafe Suites Hotel
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... flowers beautifully planted in symmetric design. They covered a huge area, Running all the way down the hill. On the top of the hill the Baha'i Gardens lookout point is absolutely amazing, and the photos we took just don't do it justice.
One or two (actually it was four) of those in the back seats were starting to get a little dry and peckish... So the 3 men in the front did everything in their power to find a suitable coffee shop, to quell ...
... the surface - that was a lesson for me in slowing down and realising that's theres so much more going on than our simple human minds can comprehend. By noon we were all completely done, so after hunting down a grocery store we checked in early at our hotel and relaxed in the pool until our room was ready. Once we had the keys we headed straight upstairs - naps were greatly appreciated all round, and after briefly waking to grab a quick dinner we're ...
... to get to know each other on a deeper level both in and out of the classroom. It's a legit goal of mine to create some long lasting friendships with Israeli's. Tonight we talked about what Israel meant to us and got into some heated conversation about Israeli politics. Tuesday was the election and Netanyahu came out on top so it's an especially sensitive topic right now. I think most of the people in Tel Aviv were hoping for a change. There ...
Well, we made it safely to Israel! Connections were good. All we lost was a little sleep. We got a ride to our hotel in a van operated by a local Christian ministry. And our hotel is operated by Christians. They even have a couple of John MacArthur books in their book ...
... Mt. of Olives first and then spread over city. The Temple faced East, towards the rising sun, and the daily sequence was Olot HaShachar, the dawning of the new day, then the priest and people would say the morning Shema, then the priest would make the morning sacrifice and other offerings and the day was properly begun.
“The round shape of Jerusalem is the shape of a cup, a sacred shape. The topography is always part of reason for choosing sacred ...