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... Theatre, Palace, Hippodrome
It was late afternoon when we left, for our last stretch to Tel Aviv. On the way in we filled up the car, so it was all ready for drop off tomorrow to Thrifty.
We arrived at the Gilgal Hotel in Tel Aviv, the same Hotel where things all commenced about 3 weeks ago. It is a very pleasant hotel and the receptionist is very informative. As to date we all had swum in the Dead, the Red, the Gal.... But ...
... on the second floor.
Shenkin street turns out to be a place of many cafes, some high-end clothing and shoe stores, and home to at least part of the queer scene in Tel Aviv. It's kitty corner from one end of the Shuk Ha-Carmel (the open market), and we're situated half-a-block from Allenby Street, which has tons of cafes and shops (with much more affordable prices than Shenkin).
The weather is hot but not blistering, and I'm trying to remember to wear my sunscreen!
... holds so true for me. I think I've learned more about myself over the past 5 weeks than I ever have. There is something about this country that causes a deep self reflection - at least in me. It happens all the time. Riding on the bus watching the world pass by, walking amongst the buildings and people, staring out at the sea and definitely living with 11 other people. The other night I found myself watching this adorable couple on the bus. They ...
... 8217;, if you are a believing Christian,” I added, although I’m not sure that homonym humor works in English for Israelis, “Jesus becoming the sun, like Apollo.”
“Exactly,” he said.
We talked about the holiest place on earth for Jews, or what should be that, the Temple Mount, original location of the Holy of Holies. For me the repurposing of the Temple Mount for the construction of Roman pagan temples, then the ...
... a college symphony in Jerusalem.
Before I left for Israel I paid $85 to have someone pick me up from the airport and take me straight to the apartment. I figured it was worth it not to worry about how I was going to get to my apartment in a foreign country. I ended up waiting close to 2 hours for someone to pick me up. Finally, a random old man came up to me asking if I needed a ride ...