Park Hotel Netanya
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... memories from my childhood when saw some pictures. I picked a couple of small stones here. Today I started again to write the English part while in the bus. Right now we are passing by Jerusalem. I'm sure we all felt an almost overwhelming feeling when the city opened between the mountains. It's so beautiful and looks like in the pictures but better. Our destiny is Netanya, and this means we have had today the longest drive so far. I'm hungry and ...
Dear Family and Friends,
Due to some patchy internet, we have not been able to post as much as we'd like; however, rest assured that the golden shovels have been working steadily in the mean time to bring you our updates. We landed in Israel on Monday afternoon -- below are Tim's reflections:
Tim's Take On TelAviv and The Flight
The contrast is strong between the Mediterranean beach resort view from ...
... me, but it was amazing! There was some doner kebab meat, fries, Turkish salad, humus and some other stuff on it. It really hit the spot.
Marta headed off and the three of us wandered around the town center for a bit and then walked back to Marta’s house. It was a beautiful day here, about 70 degrees and partly cloudy. It was a nice relaxing day to start out on before our hectic few days coming ...
... amazing and I actually got to know many of my co-workers. We were divided into two teams with my department all being on one and the other being a lot of people I started talking to on the bus. We were in a jeep for three people and I drove third in line. I paid attention to the rules and the Israelis were all yelling at me, seriously who follows the driving directions, however I didn’t crash or have any problems. ...
... H was great with her and charmed her! Before we knew it was 11pm and time to go but Bracha wouldn't let H leave!! Eventually, Kobie said it was time to go!! Lucky this time it was a 15 minute drive and not 90 minutes......
Today Chloe is 100% better (thank gd) and in the morning we visited the Palmach Museum.
Bit of a loose background on the Palmach is: In '41 the Haganah was formed due to the Nazi threat on Palestine (the British mandate ...