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... and a couple of other things. When we got back here to the apartment, we borrowed the doormans office chair, and John wheeled her up to the room. She wouldn't let me take a photo. Poor Glenys. Annette and Glenys plans are now in jepody, as there is no way they could travel on their own with the luggage etc. Had a lovely lunch before we came back here. Took the rental car back, so all we have to do tomorrow is go to the ...
Hey y'all, we made it! I'm stoked to be home! I can't wait to start the vacation off right with a little bit of shawarma! I am also very happy to see my beautiful sister, Bari! I can't wait to spend time with her! No, I do not want a "Bag-O-Milk"... Well, no shawarma but we had amazing burgers at Haburganim! I am super tired and ready to go to sleep. Nothing else exciting yet...will keep you posted. Laila Tov, ...
... match trying to stay awake. I did not stay to watch overtime, as one of the group leaders - Jake - had offered to take me on a run in the morning, something I has been wanting to do for several days. I woke up at 6:30am this morning and met Jake in the lobby at 7am. We ran a total of about 4 miles, going up the trail on a sand bank toward Caesarea and running on the beach some of the way. Jake is really fast, so it was hard, but I enjoyed the physical ...
I believe our taxi from the gate to the runway took almost as long as the actual flight. Total time of the flight was 18 minutes from wheels up to wheels down. They only flew at an altitude of 8,000 feet and the fasten seat belt was never turned off. I still find it hard to believe that you can fly between the two countries, so needless to say, I'd never done it before. Every time I'd traveled between Israel and ...
... there. Fellini Kiryat Ye'arim? But no! Come to think of it, the Hasidic sects arose in Eastern Europe in tiny rural villages just like Kiryat Ye'arim. So really it's Jerusalem and Williamsburg that are the outliers.
We followed the winding road to another village, just an intersection really, called Neve Ilan. There was a restaurant-gas station combo that at first blush looked quite ordinary, like many others in Israel, or indeed, in the US. One ...