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... It was apparent that the Moody folks had no idea until he showed up that he was so elderly, nearly blind, and traveling alone. The Christian love and compassion that the Moody staff showered on this man was astounding. Dad and I can only marvel at this. The attitude was never one of annoyance with him. Two Moody staff members (often Walt or his wife) would walk hand in hand with him as we toured. There were some places that he ...
This entry covers Shabbat on the 13th & 14th.
That evening, after getting home, showered and refreshed, Mark's son Ilai joined us and we walked to Mark's brother David and his wife Sasha's home for a scrumptious Shabbat dinner!
The next day in late afternoon before Havdalah, Mark and I walked to the Haas Promenade to watch the sun setting over the Old ...
... take me to a beach on Sunday as it is his day off (sweet,) and yes via only friends as he knows I have a boyfriend and not looking for anything (Editor's note: Good.). Also, walking through the market place today, a man stopped me and amazingly I did stop. I shared a little bit of where I'm from, why I am here, and that YES I do have a boy friend (very important to make clear here as well American blond girls stick out and many men are interested). The ...
... Adon Olam. After services we had lunch and then had time to go back to the room to have some time to nap or in many of the guys case go to the park to play basketball. We were told to be back in the meeting room for 5 because we had a speaker. I don't think any of us expected the speaker that we found. In the room we saw a Palestinian woman. She told us about how she feels towards Israel and how she feels Israel is oppressive. Naturally we all ...
... from many countries -- including Shimon Perez. We ate homemade Israeli salads, couscous, rice with almonds and raisins, lovely hot dishes of mixed vegetables, chicken, and plenty of juices and water to drink to quench our thirst and keep us hydrated. All foods and recipes were included in a cookbook they offered us for a donation to help support the school children in Yerachum.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility