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... fly due south through Israel, thence down the middle of the Red Sea, out into the Indian Ocean and on direct to Bangkok. Result; no time saved!! (Tip, only fly El Al if you have no other choice or you enjoy poor food and sporadic service on dated aircraft!).
The flat we rented in Tel Aviv looked quite reasonable when booked on the website flipkey.com. When we arrived there it was somewhat basic and we had not realised that it was in ...
... he preserved its Christian status, partially out of respect to Jesus, whom Muslims see as a sacred prophet, and partly to help gain the affection of the local Christians. Not all subsequent conquerors have been so enlightened.
Omar also made a huge difference for the Jews in Jerusalem. He immediately ended the 500-year prohibition on Jews approaching or ascending the Temple Mount. The ban that Hadrian instituted in retaliation for the Bar Cochba Revolt, and ...
... Express cards. I’m getting by on the old Visa and my credit union card. Things were kind of frantic during packing.
- · My ability to stay awake, stand, walk, or wear real shoes
My $15 moccasins from Target have been a life saver for my macerated feet.
I’m going to move over to the Egypt page, though things will be out of sequence that ...
... were my highlight of the flight over today.
Once we arrived in the Ben Gurion Airport in TLV, Bill Schlagel picked the group up and introduced us to the first part of Israel with a guided tour along the route from Tel Aviv to Yad Hashmona. After arriving, we called dibs on beds. Next, dinner was served in the "Restaurant"--our cafeteria for the next three months. We were surprised to see butter out with the bread loaves ...
... France rather than in war-torn Israel.
More wandering led, magically, to another coffee shop on our list, the Dalal Bakery where we had delicious pastries and cappuccino. Then we strolled further through southern Tel Aviv in the late afternoon sunshine, did a hairpin back to the Gilgal to get our bearings and, guess what? It was time for dinner! We returned to the venerable Bograshov Street of falafel shop and Le Moulin ...