- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... she had no idea and just picked this year ,which was the closest. •Independence Hall Museum is dedicated to the signing of Israel's Declaration of Independence. On this site on the 14th of May 1948, eight hours before the British Mandate of Palestine was due to end, Ben Gurion read The Declaration of Independence.The whole ceremony lasted 32 minutes,the hall looks as it did on that day, most of the exhibits are originals. Above ...
... sharing areas we have grown in or struggled with while at IBEX so far. Kailey then suggested that we close the time out in prayer, and collectively we did so. The rest break was very encouraging.
From the spring, we could see several ruined buildings further down the valley on the other side. The group unanimously voted to skip across and check them out, so off we went. While exploring the nooks and crannies of the buildings that were still ...
... for refreshments and when we got closer to Be'er Sheva, Yaron pulled up at a roadside caravan for some afternoon tea! This consisted of malabie (a middle eastern cornstarch pudding), banana muffin and chocolate cake! It was all delicious!
Mocha welcomed us with enthusiastic barking upon our arrival. It was so nice to see Nitzi again - sweet smiling Nitzi, all grown up, on the eve of her 18th birthday.
We had a bit of downtime ...
... our way back to the car we drove to a large market area which was fantastic to walk through. We had a late lunch, then enjoyed a but more of a look through the market. As we walked back to the car we went up a side alley and we were in a very old traditional Jewish area.
We had time for a lovely relaxing cup of tea at a spot from where we could see a good view of Jerusalem, including the Old City where we had been. We could see the Dome of the ...
We hopped on the green bicycles again and rode north along the beach and then inland for 2 hours, following the bike pathways that continue the beachfront boardwalk paths into the riverside trails and around Park Hararkan. It was glorious weather, a balmy 21degrees, with a light wind pushing at our backs. The constant noise of traffic and horns (they seem to have a fondness for using them at every opportunity) was a ...