Tal Hotel, Tel Aviv - An Atlas Hotel
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Small but comfortable room. At first they could not find our reservation and also did't recognize the name of the tour company. We we're thankfully able to check into our room early after a little wait as we were dog tired after the flight.
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... headed off to prepare for our departure tomorrow. We were to meet at 7.30am for our last Israeli breakfast, before boarding our plane for the next exciting part of our trip.
For those who are interested, we intend from here-on-in to follow the apostle Paul now by boat. To do so we are to board a similar boat and battle the elements like Euroclydon on the Mediterranean.
With this exciting news, we bid you all good night,
... centre, which happens to be around the corner. John went and got a wheelchair to be able to transport Glenys there. I'm holding the fort here, and the manager I think came to ask about our checking out. I told him about our circumstances and I asked him for another 2 hours which he has granted. So praise Yahweh, for the ...
... built on Elephantine Island in the Nile River near Aswan in the 6th century BCE. All of these temples were constructed so that on the equinox holidays the sun’s rays entered through an open doorway or aperture, illuminating the interior. Zev then squared the circle, as it were. In addition to the round nature of Jerusalem, in its bowl of mountains, and the three great stones that delineate the most important foci of the city, on the Mt. of Olives ...
... steep climb down the mountain side.
When we reached camp, the girls strung up their hammocks and the guys staked claims for sleeping bag locations. It was a little tricky to hang the second story hammocks up and get both top and bottom tightened to the right tension to keep them off of each other and off the ground, but it worked out. Everyone gathered around the campfire and enjoyed Zach's tuna, tea, and coffee while swapping stories and ...
... getting out of the boat to walk on the water, and the fish nets being so full after Jesus told the disciples to cast them on the other side of the boat. It is kinda surreal being here and realizing that this is where it all happened. The area is also very beautiful, modern, and resort-like. As I type this, Dad and I are sitting in the lobby of this beautiful hotel sipping some Israeli wine. On the way to the hotel, we passed many ...