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... sun blotted out to a dim disc. The satellite images showed the sand in the air over North-East Africa arching over Israel and surrounding countries. The news and science people could not explain or predict the storms course or duration. Our breathing and sinuses were harshly effected to the point of our searching for earlier flights out. Being the tough breeds we are (and without an earlier flight) we visited Nazareth in the east and later the old city of Jerusalem. We also visited ...
... on the terrace. Annette went shopping yesterday and we had eggs, sausages on real toast, (they don't make their toast brown here), and even tomato sauce. The shower head is one of those very large ones, so the shower was a luxury one.
We are going to celebrate Shavout here. It is a nice feeling to be a little cooler and sitting on a lounge chair.
The German Colony (Hebrew: המושב 92; הגרמנ 97;ת, HaMoshava HaGermanit) is a neighborhood in Jerusalem, established in the second half of the 19th century by members of the German Temple Society. Today the Moshava, as it ...
... in the 1920s. There were lots of tour groups here, gathered about their guides as they told
of the history of this area. I was so glad we didn’t have to climb the steep hill we came down, because Sim went and got the car and picked us up to take us to morning tea at the famous King David Hotel.
King David Hotel opened in 1932, built of local pink limestone. It has so much history behind it
- even Sim’s grandfather and ...
... to connect the families and he told me they were
heading to this really cool light show. So, we purchased tickets and all
went. We are so glad we did. Thanks Daniels family J
Tomorrow is the big day of the trip for Noah. Looking forward to his
experience and having him complete a year’s worth of preparation. He is
so much better prepared than I was and he will be great. Then it’s off
to swim in the dead sea.
‘Til next time ...