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... a back room that is also decorated in a very hippie manner- large swaths of fabric hanging from the ceiling, buddhas, Asian wall hangings. Up front, the musician was playing flute, drums, something that sounded almost like chimes, and who knows what else. The music wasn't rhythmical at all, and it wasn't workout music. It was what I'd describe as relaxing white noise.
It fit in very well with the class.
Mostly, we were on the mats on ...
So Adi had to go back to work today leaving me to lie in. Some how I didn't wake up til 11.30am! After a very lazy morning sleeping and watching tv I walked down to the beach around 4pm and watched the sun set. Adi joined me and we enjoyed a glass of wine and dinner on the beach before heading home to sit with a glass of wine on the roof. A great and very relaxing ...
every story must have an ending. unfortunately our vacation story has also come to an end. we spent our last day in tel aviv shopping and lazing about. picked up our desired items that we had left until now, which were Jess' leggings fox, and a new menorah. we hung out at the beach one last time, and grabbed happy hour drinks at mike's place until Kelly was done ...
... loud children. Parents were yelling at the waiters for more pita, children were yelling at their parents for more cake, teenagers were yelling at each other to smile as they took pictures with dueling smart phones. Why were these people all here? Perhaps they were one of the Bar Mitzvah clusters we’d seen earlier near the Dung Gate.
We finished our meal, paid the sullen server a non-sullen tip, and retired to the Jerusalem Hills Inn.
... of our fathers,
in the city in which David encamped.
Please find links to the two versions of this song that I find to be so powerful. I do not want any of my readers who happen to be Israelis to find what I’m doing offensive, I’m saying this is what I would do to make the anthem more inclusive, so that all citizens of Israel, whether they are Jews, Christian or Muslim can proudly sing anthem of their country. ...