Ramon Suites Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mizpe Ramon
... acts to save Jews from the Nazis. Each tree has a memorial plate--among them were many Dutch names (among others of course, but our attention, for good or bad, tends to search for the familiar names), the Corrie Ten Boom family, and Oskar Schindler. This museum has a lot of video recordings of holocaust survivors talking about their experiences--quite moving. Any holocaust museum or concentration camp visit is always incredibly sobering.
... at 8pm, after which time the Independence Day began.
The Independence Day party was a street party like we have never been to before. Every corner you turned you were met with make shift bars, loud music and people dancing everywhere. The whole country was having a party, they even lifted the noise curfew from 11pm to 2am which basically meant there was no point in getting a early night so we stayed out till 4am soaking up the atmosphere with a few drinks along ...
... hadn't yet discovered and named the Ramon crater, so the name stuck,
even though it isn't the biggest crater.
This ridge consisted of a straight cliff drop to our right and a very steep,
very sharp incline on our left. We were walking along the point of a triangle.
It was difficult, uncomfortable walking, with our left leg 40 cm lower than our
right, such was the angle. The walking
along the razor's edge continued for about an hour and a half, ...
... a few I have never heard of like, guanavana, camu camu, lucuma, and prickled pears. As usual I am sending this blog before my departure as I have no idea if there will be internet access where I am staying. At the airport in Amsterdam where I have to wait for 4 hours, I will probably have Internet and hope to read your reactions. I do not expect to find a SIM card for the 14 days I intend to be in Peru, but I hope to send another blog in a few ...
... part of the huge city, that is Jerusalem,it is cream ,as everything is built of the cream sandstone,that is in abundance in of this part of Israel,.Lots of trees,they have mostly pines and carob trees,also some of the Cypress trees.Agriculture everywhere as we proceeded into the countryside,no space wasted,,corn,chickpeas,large vineyards,and good dark soil,Kibitz that function here and there.Very busy highways,young soldiers around,as they ALL enter the army, girls ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility