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... for a quick lunch at a Japanese sushi cafe - Sayonara. As we continued our stroll after lunch, Ronnen showed us the old bakery of Abouelafia and Sons where he bought a bread roll for us to taste. The bread was delicious - slightly sweet, chewy, and warm with the beautiful aroma of toasted sesame seeds.
The old town and port of Jaffa is picturesque and a popular spot for wedding photographers. We saw several at ...
... squeezing out all of my toothpaste before my flight out. With that in my memory, I prepared for battle. We entered the immigration control area, where several hundred people stood in line. There were dozens of windows in operation, so despite the crowds and time they were taking with each, it moved fairly quickly. It was soon our turn. Aside from confirming who we were, why we were there, and when we were leaving, ...
... Mount of Olives and the old Cemetery. We could also see the wall dividing off the Palestinian Area.
Temple Mount/Dome of the Rock
The Temple Mount is a large, ancient elevated platform in the Old City of Jerusalem. Historically, it took its shape from the construction of the First and Second Jewish Temples. At its centre today is the Dome of the Rock built in 691, the oldest and most famous Islamic shrine in the world, and Islam's ...
... and Epriam from Switzerland made pizza. Shiobahn set up the conference hall for our dinner. So at 11:30/45 we gathered together to bring in the New Year. The food was good and it was great to be among friends, even if I did have to work the next morning. This is the second year in a row, that I can remember that I had to work on New Year's Day. I'm looking forward to ...
... then think that the sermon-deliverer in a given Muslim country who specially prays for the people of Palestine and not for his own impoverished brethren is what angered me when looking at all the prosperity the Palestinian people enjoy. It occurred to me then that the Palestinian issue is largely a tool used by Muslim governments and clerics to keep their people as fools and to have a boogey man to blame their faults on, in the guise of a Zionist-Conspiracy entity. ...
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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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