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TravelPod Member ReviewsPort Hotel Tel Aviv
Nise small hotel near beach. Small but clean rooms, complimentary coffe or tea, free WiFi, free bicycles, very frendly and helpfull staff.
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... while encircled around the sanctuary--the reverberating acoustics were awe-inspiring.
As we neared the entrance to Abu Ghosh, Bill explained to us that "spring" is "Emmaus" in Hebrew, and so the spring we passed that had a mosque built on top of it may have been the site of the destination in the Road to Emmaus narrative. Just before leaving the city, we checked out the Crusader's Church; I was interested by the architectural ...
What a noisy place. We did not sleep well anyway knowing we had to be up so early.
Alarm was set for 5. Got a taxi to the airport for our 6:40 flight and by the time we passed through the really tough screening at the airport we checked in just in time to go to the gate. It was quite interesting - as we were dropped off by the taxi and headed towards the terminal the security at the gate asked if we were carrying any guns!!!
There was no time for coffee or ...
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... when she decides she is hungry or wants to go outside at 3 am. That is the time she usually starts jumping on the furniture around my room and starts meowing at me. So I will let her out but will usually leave the door cracked open so she can come back in. We'll leaving the door open means the hot air escapes my room. Also during the day I usually leave e door cracked so she can leave to use the restroom. Then one day this week she got in a fight with a ...
... was a flight to Baghdad. After so many years of the Iraq wars, it was jarring to see the normalcy of a scheduled civilian flight to the capital of Iraq. I wanted to reach out to the people seated in the waiting area and apologize for our country's instigation of the wars. Of course, I didn’t. Politics is always more complicated than it seems.
It was nighttime when we finally arrived in Tel Aviv and we were all tired ...