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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... came in 1938 and 1939.
Late that afternoon I was off to Haifa airport to do some maintenance on the plane, (some new spark plugs and a new tailwheel tyre), before I made a presentation to the AOPA Israel members regards my trip. This was the first time I have talked about the trip in any kind of forum, which had me spend several hours over the last couple of days perparing ...
... So many of us have experienced similar things or can relate to experiences the other has gone through. I'm making it a point in my life to get better at asking questions. Sometimes it's so easy to have surface conversations with the people around you, but then you find out someone has four brothers and sisters and a huge blended family you knew nothing about. Every person here has a story and not to sound too corny, but it's a gift to ...
... to say that pride got the better of me as I strode off in spray of directions (none of them correct). Well after walking over an hour long, which should have been 20 mins, I found the hostel thanks to the help of a shopkeeper.
The place is full of backpackers from all over the place. There is a great terrace with music constantly on and people slewn over sofas. The area is in an old industrial ...
... years previously for three years. Eventually the Romans conquered the hill but the night before the final ascent all the Jews on the hill killed themselves. It is an interesting pile of old stones lol - South America was the tour of industrial ports, this is the tour of fallen stones. We had lunch (at a food court) and headed to the Dead Sea. Nothing like our experience in Jordan. The sea was quite a distance from ...
... is St Peter's Church It is a Fransiscan Church built in 1654 and dedicated to St Peter. It has been destroyed and rebuilt twice with the most recent renovation in 1903. There's a sign at the front door telling you when various language services are. Mass is conducted in English, Spanish, Polish and Hebrew.