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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Kids pool
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... along the wall but I found it again quite confusing working out where I was. It's also not on the one level. There are steep stairs going up to a higher level and then down again. I decided I wouldn't have liked being the bloke running the boiling water to the points it was needed along the wall, That would have been hard work! When we finished a couple of us visited the Benedictine Dormition Abbey. Noel had suggested ...
... that is western wall. There are cameras everywhere, how did you come here?!? Us: oh I was just following this app! We realized that we must be in the wrong place, saw the guard house, and walked over to get help! Thanks for helping us! Later: Israeli police: Did you jump the fence? Us: Noooo They asked us to produce our passports. I eagerly produced mine and considered sharing how it's singapore's birthday (national day) today, but decided against it. My partner ...
Shabbat Shalom! We started the day with a lovely Shabbat service in the courtyard of our hotel just with our little group. We sang, we shared, we laughed & cried. Oh yeah, & Risa was attacked by a baby bird. It flew right into her. Very weird!
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... involvement of Israeli and Palestinian ministries and agencies, academics from all the major universities in Israel and Palestine, NGO representatives and private businesspeople
Riman has been the Palestinian co-Director of IPCRI since February 2012 but her involvement with IPCRI goes back to 2007 when she was the co-coordinator of the Strategic Affairs Unit. She holds two graduate degrees in Middle Eastern Studies and International ...
... I read the 6th station, “Veronica’s Veil” and told my colleagues that the role of Veronica was highly coveted by the 6th grade girls’ who performed in the Stations of the Cross in mime that my wife produced each year. I also said I felt we had come full circle since we heard the call to prayer from a nearby Mosque and that the narrator role in Katie’s sixth grade class was played by a Muslim (and no, Clare, ...