Sadot Hotel , Ben Gurion Airport - An Atlas Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It has been a very long day with our checking out of our hotel Monday morning and then touring Majdanek, driving back to Warsaw, eating dinner and then catching a 11:30pm flight to Israel. In case you have not talked to your children, we are all here safely and currently heading to Caesaria (with most of my bus understandably sleeping) to say …
At last, a day without an alarm. Well kind of. When we finally surfaced, we realised that we only had 10 minutes left to get to breakfast. Now given the price of food in Israel, and that breakfast is where we get our lunch for the day, it would have been a financial disaster to miss the free buffet, so we still had a frantic start to the morning. …
... time to eat and drink. The food was lousy. When we got to Israel we taxi for about 10 min, it was by far the longest taxi in a plane ever. No wonder the plane is parked in the middle of no where. It is a 10 min ride to the back door of the terminal and where we are there is no other plane in sight. This must be the new route for terrorists or something.
Inside the airport is the slackest setup I have ...
... We walked the markets taking in all the sights and sound of a busy city and then headed back to the hotel for dinner. It's hard to believe you can be standing in Australia one minute and dining across the world in another. We would have never imagined we would be one day in Israel and choose this most unlikely place to holiday ...
Today, Benj was back. In addition to rejoicing with Benj that things were quiet enough at home for him to be back on the job with us, we were also excited for the second half of the field study in the Shephelah because we knew that it would include a fair portion of spelunking. Right out of the gates—actually, Kiriat Jearim / Yad Hashmonah is one of the few cities we have been to that doesn't have any gates—we stopped off at ...