Rimonim Tower Hotel Ramat Gan
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of the most trendiest cities i've ever been in. Even though I haven't been a lot of places. There is lots of beautiful buildings beside demolished buildings and our hotel is right on the Mediterranean sea. We young people went for a long walk last night along the Seaboard where everyone is riding old-school bicycles with baskets, kids long boarding and bras surfing the waves. The city of Tel Aviv less than 100 years ago used to be a desert and now there ...
... a group. Benj gave us the orientation rundown for a couple hours and included a tour of the Moshav so that we would learn everything from the shekel tally system for laundry to the forbidden fruit in his personal garden (he did say that we could eat from every other tree, though) to the "modesty kit" we will occasionally need to bring on field trips (it turned out to be just pants, no flip-flops, and no tanks).
This afternoon, we ...
... and pita breads for me. That saw me through the day and then I went out for dinner. Mark and Dikla treated Lee and I to dinner where I tried chicken schnitzel. It was really nice. Even though that's all I did all day, I was exhausted by the time I got ...
... room of the Gilgal. So we decided to step out and stroll through some of the more enticing-sounding neighborhoods of the city.
We started with Shuk HaCarmel, the Carmel Market. It’s a huge food (here we go again), flower, and pretty much everything else outdoor market that oozes out over many blocks of the city. Though every one of course has its own flavor, such sprawling markets are ubiquitous and have more in common ...
... or more deleted; see how your pleasure would be diminished. Describing the source of such accessible but powerful pleasure surely deserves lots of print.
Moreover, food is an incredible way to enhance your experience while traveling—being conscious of what you're eating helps you connect with the geography, the climate, the culture, and of course, the people. All you have to do is look at an Israeli breakfast to unearth loads ...