Leonardo City Tower Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... First stop was the Church of the Nativity where we saw the birthplace of Jesus and where the manger would have been. There was only a 10 minute wait to go into the grotto to see these 2 places and normally the waiting time is 2 hours. The 14 pointed silver star represents the 14 stations of the cross and the 14 generations of Jesus. There are 3 religions represented here.... Armenian, Greek Othodox and Catholic. Next stop was Shepherd's Field ...
In Flight to Israel – A Pleasant Surprise
On my flight to Tel Aviv, I sat next to a young anesthesiologist from Romania who turned out to be quite sociable! She was very interested in my graduate research on renal cancer and renal transplant imaging diagnostics and asked many questions. It was delightful to discuss medical research with ...
... at the top of the wall has a "cannon" that doesn't shoot regular bullets or cannon balls. It shoots out an artificial substance that marks the targets with a poopy smell that takes 4 days to get rid of. He offered us each the "opportunity" to experience it for ourselves, if we wanted, and said that there were lots of rocks around that we could throw at the guards.
We next went to the "Banksy" graffiti wall. This is exactly what it sounds like- Banksy painted ...
... in the Golan during the 6 days war. The monument was on top of an old Syrian bunker that overlooks the valley. It hasn't been changed much from the war, so there's still doors to underground tunnels and barbed wire mixed with flowering bushes that have grown since the war. There was a field of flowers nearby that was fenced off. We were told that was an area that still had land mines from the war. As we drove away there were many more ...