Shalom Hotel & Relax Tel Aviv - An Atlas Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one attention from me, not an assistant or paralegal An actual human being that loves you and your situation A reliable with years of experience that understands the ins and also the outs on the Florida bankruptcy authority (I have got personal relationships with 9 outside the 10 trustees) Fair rates in my services Flexibility to meet on the schedule. I'm available nights and weekends when needed to accommodate your ...
... Breakfasts were interesting usually consisting of yoghurt, meat, cheese, tomato, cucumber and olives with bread. And the bread was good too. They bake fresh for breakfast, then again for lunch and dinner. Kayla loved the Apple Tea and we all liked the Turkish Delight!!
Now for Israel.
We arrived in Tel Aviv and passed through Immigration quickly and easily. Actually it was a lot less strict than we thought it may have been. We ...
Today I completed the two reservations for the hotel's we're staying at.
The reservations went very smoothly (using points and a voucher), plus I've reserved an airport transfer to the hotel, as the Bucharest airport taxis are notorious for making tourists pay overpriced ...
... Tel Aviv traffic. The breakfast was great, I discovered a new love of pear yoghurts (probably unnecessary information), We didn't have to check out of the hotel until 12pm so we walked down the promenade to check out the Tel Aviv beaches. The sand is lovely and they have lots of outdoor gyms, volleyball courts and swimming pools. Only the main beach was okay to swim as the waves were big and the current was very strong, apparently lots of people drown in the sea here, ...
... the Herbert Samuel Esplanade. We parked near the center of Jaffa, an ancient town in the south sector of Tel Aviv. I previously visited Jaffa on Jan. 4, 2012.
Jaffa (known in Hebrew as Yafo) is a district of Tel Aviv home to a largely Arab Muslim and Christian population. Lonely Planet notes it’s a neglected area, but the historic port area is quite pleasant, has ...