Sadot Hotel , Ben Gurion Airport - An Atlas Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room 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. …
... this star back in the mid 1800's (the Ottomans blamed the Russians and vice versa) was the catalyst for the start of the Crimean War!
After leaving this hot, crowded and unholy grotto we had a closer look at the Roman Catholic section and the older Greek section (which is being renovated). A mad return trip, stop at the obligatory souvenir shop and back to our Israeli bus. Our Arab guide then held his hand out for tips – what a ...
... written on the wall - TONIGHT'S SPECIAL - Bread and Wine.
Close by was the tomb of King David which was quite small and very crowded..
The walking tour continued through many parts of the old city before we took a break at a nearby kibbutz for lunch. The kibbutz overlooked the city of Bethlehem which is in Palestinian territory so we could not visit the site of the nativity.
After lunch we ...
... just picked Israeli lettuce onion and tomato, with fried and raw onion and a homemade sliced pickle, on challah with melted Emmenthaler cheese and a hot sauce on the side, with five big fried fresh potato wedges. Yum!
And driving to Amirim in the dark on winding roads and narrow bridges undergoing extensive
renovation hundreds of ...