Sadot Hotel , Ben Gurion Airport - An Atlas Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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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. …
... diner with my father's first cousin Perhiya and her husband and children. One thing I learned was that in Israel, if you eat in someone's home, they will most likely continue shoving food onto your plate until you finally say enough is enough and saying that is also a very bad move.
... slept for a 14 hour stint, which helped to buoy my spirits. The next day I was taken around a juice factory on the kibbutz, marveling at the process of fruit to loot. I even got a free hat and a plentiful supply of juice along the way. I was content. That evening I was taken to see a play in Hebrew that Ziv (the father)'s daughter was in. Despite it being entirely in Hebrew I could still kinda follow it and it was nice meeting the rest of the family.
... comparatively excellent for growing the crops necessary to the trade and commerce of the Shephelah and Coastal Plain.
Before we even got out of the bus, we all knew something was very wrong with the site of Gezer. It looked like an old mine-field—that is, from an arcaheological standpoint. Two archeologists, Blissen and McAllister, basically destroyed the city before archeological practices became standardized. They dug trenches ...