How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... is not good so I got up and moved away. Within a minute the cops were there moving the boys along so lucky I did move.
From what I saw they are BOTH wrong. The Israeli's for blocking the way and the Palestinians then provoked it. They all had a chance to let it go and ALL kept baiting each other. It looks more like a religious fight than ethnic to me.
Im going back to watch some more. I havnt had this much fun since Bishkek.
The German Colony (Hebrew: המושב 92; הגרמנ 97;ת, HaMoshava HaGermanit) is a neighborhood in Jerusalem, established in the second half of the 19th century by members of the German Temple Society. Today the Moshava, as it ...
... s Holy Week I'm not sure how much is going to be open. Apparently public transport shuts down so I doubt I'll get the chance to get to Tel Aviv, but I'll see what happens.
The only disappointment so far is having my hopes of flushing toilet paper down the toilet completely dashed. Alas, the plumbing is still not up to par. The act of putting used paper in a waste basket is messing with my head. It's hard to undo 27 years of programming.
... all there is to see in Tel Aviv.
Sim dropped us at the International Departures at Ben Gurion Airport. He went to take our long-suffering car back to the hire firm. As it was now spotlessly clean, the guy who inspected the car didn't comment on the scratches. Yippee! At this terminal we went through all the check-in procedures, and shortly afterwards we were transported by bus to Terminal 3, from where our plane would be leaving. We dumped all our 'stuff' in ...
... and poured us a glass of wine each, immediately. The men decided to take Sim and try to get some new tyres. The problem with this was that it was Shabbat - the Sabbath, and all the shops were shut.
The lady of the group was a lovely person called Dapha, and she decided to stay with the rest of us, along with her dog Pluto. How kind! We couldn't sit in the car because it was jacked up, so here we were, on the Burma Road, hemmed in by stone-terraced hills on ...