Nina Cafe Suites Hotel
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... hotels here have incredible breakfast spreads of cheeses, fish, salads, breads, fruits and many cooked items. However, they charge a hefty price and one is left feeling feeling sluggish the rest of the day after partaking of such a large meal.. Instead for under $4, the next morning I had a freshly baked chocolate croissant and assorted barekas. I enjoyed Hatanur so much ...
... restaurants). One
appetizer was cauliflower soup which was so good!!!! I asked the waiter if I
could just have the soup because I wasn’t feeling well and it was really good.
He brought the manager over, who made sure I was okay and said he would get me
anything I needed. The rest of the food looked really good but it looked like a
lot of the same food we had been eating all week. When they brought out the
main dishes, they brought out ...
... advocate for his new faith. He ordered the utter destruction of the pagan temples erected by Hadrian, including the Venus Temple on Golgotha and the Jupiter Capitolanus Temple on Har HaBayit. Where Venus had reigned he constructed the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, a great church. But on the Temple Mount Constantine left the ruins of the great Jupiter temple sitting there from 335 on, and he also reinforced Hadrian’s order preventing the Jews from going up on ...
... move us in ways that run far below the surface. This not the nature of the BaHa’I faith. But as religions go, BaHa’is have much less to apologize for than pretty much everyone else.
The gardens in Haifa are lovely, of course, and while I seem to remember them always being here apparently they took their current elaborate, geometrical form only 20 years ago and the full gardens only opened to the public in 2001. They have been called ...
... Most direct passengers to the showroom to sit comfortably through instructions.
Nothing interesting after that.
Next day was a sea day as we made our way toward Alexandria. Cruise Critic folks had our 'Meet and Greet" at 10, though I thought it was supposed to be at 10:30. Some people knew it was at 10 but had forgotten to change time zones, so there you go. Anyway, it was well attended, and I talked ...