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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- TV Channel One Russia
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... However, we were still 2 hous from the ship and it was now 7:30. The ship does NOT wait when you take a private tour...it is up to you to make it to the next port, which was only Haifa, but we had no paperwork to be in Israel overnight, and no where for 19 people to stay. Back on board we headed to the bar on the top deck and watched as the ship through off the lines and we headed out at 10:00PM. Also ahd a piece of pizza since we missed ...
Tel Aviv, the cool, no worries chill out place to be. I was last here when I was 20 for a couple of weeks and for five months when I was 10. Lee was here for 4.5 months approx 30 years ago and visited again for the following Maccabbi Games. Boy, sorry to say but not much has changed in that time. The foreshore from the redeveloped people hub of the ports area, in the City's south (the Namal) up to the old City of Jaffa (Jafo) in the north, is as ...
... Breakfasts were interesting usually consisting of yoghurt, meat, cheese, tomato, cucumber and olives with bread. And the bread was good too. They bake fresh for breakfast, then again for lunch and dinner. Kayla loved the Apple Tea and we all liked the Turkish Delight!!
Now for Israel.
We arrived in Tel Aviv and passed through Immigration quickly and easily. Actually it was a lot less strict than we thought it may have been. We ...
... grass and trees. Pretty much the first we had seen for a couple of weeks. Houses have tiled roofs instead of flat concrete, and there was blond hair walking down the streets. After checking in, we grabbed a map, and walked all afternoon down through the markets and back streets of Tel Aviv to the Old Jaffa district. Two things immediately alerted us to the fact that this was an expensive country - beggars, and two minute noodles in convenience stores - ...
... to call attention to their wares. A particularly memorable—and obnoxious—women selling dried fruits and spices used a pretty unsubtle technique: When a potential customer strolled by she would come around from behind her display and pounce in front of her prey. Then she’d jam a date in his face and say--well, actually, shout--"taste!, taste!" It worked—when I was pounced upon I took the date and tasted, just to ...