Sun City Hotel
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... fly due south through Israel, thence down the middle of the Red Sea, out into the Indian Ocean and on direct to Bangkok. Result; no time saved!! (Tip, only fly El Al if you have no other choice or you enjoy poor food and sporadic service on dated aircraft!).
The flat we rented in Tel Aviv looked quite reasonable when booked on the website flipkey.com. When we arrived there it was somewhat basic and we had not realised that it was in ...
... which had a flower carved out of a
potato! It was so, so sweet of them to do that. Three waiters and the manager
constantly checked in with me to make sure I was feeling well. My appendix
would become sore for a few seconds every hour or so and I got pretty nervous
that something might happen in Israel. That night, everyone was supposed to go
out to a club in Tel Aviv with bottle service. I chose to stay in and rest,
both because I was ...
... institutionalized out of Christian piety, or bigotry, the Muslim conqueror of Jerusalem reversed. It is not surprising that, in general, Jews and other minorities in Byzantine territories usually assisted the invading Arab armies.
There is a minor mystery about the location of two of the Islamic towers in Jerusalem, those of the Mosque of Omar, located right next to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Mosque of Saladin. These two minarets seem out ...
... to be Jewish, I could easily be BaHa’i—except there’s no there there.” There is something so amorphously good about BaHa’i theology that those of us reared with any particularism at all, and with an adherence to rituals, foods, and rites that connect us tangibly to a religious tradition, find to be kind of empty. BaHa’i theology and practice are about the head, not the kishkas, and for many of us belief and religious ...
Ashdod, Israel, October 26, 2014
I'm playing hookie from Israel. When I booked the trip the only thing that interested me about Israel was the possibility of going to Petra, but that excursion was canceled (I don’t know why—Jordan is safer). I have no interest in where Jesus was supposedly crucified, the Via Dolorosa, etc. I do have some historical interest (rather than religious) interest in the ...