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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Conference facilities
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... architectural author Vetruvius: the temple represents the true spiritual essence of the human body, as in Leonardo da Vinci’s classic illustration of the Vitruvian Man, named for the architect. Similarly, Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism, often envisions the ten Sefirot as circles overlaid on an ideal human body.
Zev explained that the Temple in Jerusalem was also a reflection of this human basis for the ideal forms expressed there, and that the ...
... right, Diane?) However, this was redeemed by the fact that we spent our days and evenings on Kibbutz Maagan, where both Diane and I have been on Shnat. It's so gorgeous there, right on the banks of the Kinneret and we were spoiled by our friends Miriami and Tamar. Upon my return to Tel Aviv, I moved into a Sublet that I'd rented for a month from a young couple who were travelling. It was right next door to the cinemateque, walking distance to everywhere and I ...
The story of the flea market and a dress (not wearing it, I'm in bathing suit with a pareo. So, I see these dresses that I like and the first guy tells me he wants 50 nis, which I knew was to much. I asked Zehava the going price and she said ...
... We flew right over the green of the Jordan Valley, across no-man's land, and then the settlements of the West Bank were clearly visible. In no time, the Mediterranean sea was in view. The plane took a wide bank over the beaches and we landed at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. In contrast to Jordan, where we had been the lone moving airplane, this airport was bustling, with dozens of planes from all over moving ...
... Bats!” I said to Annie, “I bet there are bats in the belfry.” And sure enough, as our eyes accommodated to the darkness we saw enormous bats swooping and soaring. As we stood, mesmerized, two young American girls, probably recent high school graduates, came up and stood next to us, looking through the bars. “Do you hear that?” Annie asked. “Yup,” one of the girls said, “Sounds like bats. Cool!” And off they went. ...