Sea Executive Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... boutiques & of course, ice cream. We all enjoyed dinner at Italkia BaTachana. Italian food in Israel? Why not? Evette’s & my friend Ruti from Rananah joined us for dinner. It was really great to see her. During & after dinner we enjoyed a really great band performing in the courtyard & then, of course, we enjoyed some yummy ice cream before walking back to the ...
We went through King David's palace and the water tunnels. I went through the dry tunnels. The neat part about this is that they filmed Indian Jones 2 based on this area as they were looking for the Arc of the Covenant. Explorer Warren left his bucket when he was excavating the area. The tunnels were very tight and low in some areas. In the excavating they also found ...
Our final morning breakfast in Turkey. The buffet was pretty good but the orange juice wasn't up to expectations.
The process of check-out, cab ride and airport check-in went smoothly. We did get a bit worried when our plane had not yet arrived after our "go to gate" time of 0950 (Our experience with Pegasus on the way to Cappadocia was not a good one!). Fortunately, it came shortly after and we left about 10 minutes after schedule. We managed to ...
... you. On our way back we stopped and of course had to have a felafel. In the evening we were invited over for dinner to Nancy and Roni. We had a great dinner and visit.
This morning the sun was out, so we headed into Tel Aviv. We had no problem finding our way to the Carmel Market on Allenby St. Found a parking lot right behind, perfect. We always enjoy this place. The ...
... that the Vicar of Baghdad is Andrew White, a British Anglican priest. His first profession was an “Operating Department Practitioner” and member of the hospital cardiac arrest team. Then he studied for the priesthood, immersing himself in Islam and Judaism as well as Christianity. He spent time at Hebrew University and became fluent in both Arabic and Hebrew. Eventually he was appointed Canon at Coventry Cathedral, where he headed an ...