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... the Old City of Jerusalem; the Dome of the Rock in the near distance;
the modern city a bit farther off.
An Israeli tour guide begins to explain the importance of this spot to
the Jewish people. “King David,” he might say, “walked here.” He will
explain where Jews could go, and where they could not, before 1967, and
what the city’s unification meant for Jews the world over.
And then he will ...
... and then head off.
Tonight as I was walking outside our apartment I noticed rabbits, squirrels and fire flies - the fire flies were everywhere throughout the grass and they created an amazing effect.
Paul went to The Home Depot (like Bunnings *************ight to buy some tools for the bike so he could attach a cup holder for me off the armrests. Honestly I really have it made on the back of the ...
... RAF would not have been the same without my three awesome roommates! We shared moments of happiness, sadness, anger, frustration, confusion, joy, excitement, motivation and even inspiration. Many thanks to you guys, we’ve been through a lot together over this past semester, and I don’t think I have ever properly thanked you for everything you guys did for me. The fact that we’ve gotten along so well, that we didn’t have any disputes or whatsoever is not ...
As has become a pattern Saturday is a bit of a sleep in so didn't get very far until late afternoon when we thought we try a fairly local mall, the Pentagon Mall. Felt right at home with track work delays on the rail line but still in holiday mode and very relaxed not put off by the delays. Needless to say the Mall on a Saturday ...
... then take an express bus to Reading, where we will grab a commuter train to the great metropolis of Winnersh in Berkshire.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed