Nina Cafe Suites Hotel
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... sacred to all Christians, with different chapels and relics belonging to the different Christian denominations. Unfortunately, we didn't have enough time or background information to fully appreciate everything that we saw. We need to come back to Jerusalem for a more leisurely and detailed visit. Next, we followed the Via Dolorosa, now a narrow, crowded covered alley lined with shops and full of character. This led us to the Muslim ...
... 1082;аза 90;ь, что вперв 99;е мы были нераз 83;учно 24 часа в сутки на протя 78;ение ...
... wearing a thong swimming bottoms, which is a little extreme and nasty to see. Men also do not wear typical swimming trucks but instead the tight underwear bottom swimsuits; once again ewww. I was wearing my tankini top (stomach covered) and short board shorts, so yes a lot different than others. I do give credit though to the Muslim ladies as they were swimming completely covered from long dress and ...
... trip. We had some great classic falafel, humus, salads and pita at an Israeli Arab restaurant called Abu Zaki. It is on Ben Yehuda Street, and it just makes you feel something unexplainable to just eat this comfort food. We visited it a few times for our 'hit' of this meal as well as eating around town. All very clean food houses that are situated on main roads so that we can soak up the noise, smells and feeling of the Tel Aviv life. Jerusalem here we ...
... br> They are a country with no oil, that's why they need our Aid. Their main export is potash. They are fairly self supporting as far as agriculture goes. They do import their rice from California.
They are environmentally aware and work very hard to preserve precious water resources. Most of them build their homes so that the flat roof is tiled and can collect rain water during their rainy season.
Women are ...