Sea Executive Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the demo as we didn't have time to buy their coffee, and putting beans into a grinder isn't particularly educational.
After the coffee demo, the guide informed us that we were going to have to skip the city walk that he usually does because the police were blocking off streets for some kind of celebrations. Instead, we were going to see some extra sights in Bethlehem. I was cool with that and thankful that he was smart enough to keep us away from the crowds ...
... port city of Jaffa. It has merged with Jaffa as a planned "garden city" on the Mediterranean coast, and blossomed into the largest collection of Modernist buildings in the world. Today, Tel Aviv is home to about one-third of Israel's population of over 8 million. 75 % are Jewish and 20 % are Arab.
We walked through the ancient (4000 years old) port city of Jaffa. We visited the Ilana ...
... the suitcase and we were on our way to check in. What he had remains a mystery.
Hand luggage and security was the same as in any other airport although we were allowed to keep our boots on. And if Israeli security deems it unnecessary to make you remove your footwear, you can be fairly sure that all the airports who insist on it are ...
... out into the fresh air of the Judean Hills. Taking the road west out of Abu Ghosh, we walked past Kiryat Ye'arim, a Haridim village where, curiously, almost half the population is from the US or South Africa. It was strange to see people running around in serious Hasidic gear—long black frocks, wide-brimmed black hats, side curls flapping in the breeze-- in a little country village rather than in bustling Jerusalem or teeming Williamsburg. But ...
... thousand years, and the third line to a free people in the land of our fathers. This is stating the fact that all people yearn to be free in the land of their fathers, whether they are Jewish or Muslim. I would change the last from the land of Zion and Jerusalem to something else that was in the original poem that the song Hativah is based on. to say in the city that David encamped, because King David is holy to all three ...