Sadot Hotel , Ben Gurion Airport - An Atlas Boutique Hotel
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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.< …
... which helped me open my eyes to job possibilities with an archaeology degree.
We have been tearing many walls down. This is how we must get to what is below the early Persian layer and down to the 604 BC destruction. There were many ways standing there at the beginning of the season, ergo we must remove many. The ones we removed today are some of the last standing, so it won't be long now....hopefully.
... Biblical archaeology and I'm admire him a lot. I got to talk some archaeology with him while he bought some things for a new museum he will be curating. It was a surreal experience. Afterward, my parents and I went to Mohie's house for dinner. We've been friends with his family for years and his two oldest kids are good friends of mine, since they're around my age. We had a nice long evening them. On Saturday I slept in til 7:30 (so ...
... and Nain (where Elisha and Jesus raised sons, respectively)-- they are towns located directly next to eachother on a mountainside.
We are now at the Gai Beach Hotel in Tiberias on the Sea of Galilee. We got here around 3:30 pm, so we had a great afternoon relaxing in the pool and wading in the Sea. Dinner was a plentiful buffet again. Food is excellent. I keep reflecting on the miracles of Jesus: walking on the water, calming the stormy ...
... with shrimp and a smokey tomato sauce- it was delicious. Max ordered risotto with salmon which was entirely unremarkable. The salmon was “flaked” I guess, so all mixed in with the risotto, and the dish wasn’t seasoned. It was the only flop. For appetizers they brought a grilled eggplant with tahini, pickled cabbage and radishes, a very thinly-sliced beef (like a bresaola, but not heavily cured) over arugula, a salad of chopped fennel and pink grapefruit, and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility