Tel Aviv and beyond!

Trip Start Apr 06, 2009
Trip End May 11, 2009

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

When we got off the plane in Tel aviv it was 12:00 at night we got our car which was ok, and drove to our insanely gross hotel though it was right next to the beach. Next door to our hotel was a little restaurant and my dad went and got sesame chicken strips, hamburger in a French bread roll, French fries, and a Sprite. It was awesome we ate it in one sec, though it was not very Israeli we still loved it (I think the sesame strips could use some soy sauce. I need a bed right now so good night!!!!!!!!!

Day 14
Tel Aviv/ Caesarea, Israel

Morning, I was woken up to my brother asking what a plane uses as gas. Today we will drive to a Kibbutz in Haifa and stay the night there. First we go to the beach. YEAH! The first beach we go to is the one right next to our hotel, its cold and not very fun but then......we got to the Zebulun beach. Were the water was warm and it was shallow(ok) but the sand was soft and the sun was blazing down on us. After a while it got really windy and we got sick of being there so we left. Now we go to Caesarea. Caesarea is a little seaside bay with old ruins from the time of Harod of Rome. There's a really cool hippodrome also there are beautiful Roman baths. Also some ruins are from the Byzantine Empire. Towards the end of our self tour we are yield at by some creepy lady, my mom and me though we were just missing out on a movie or something but really the ruins were closed and we had to go. So we run in and we are locked in some big park looking place with 2 nuns and some teenagers whoopee!!! Well we get out and are on our way to our kibbutz nah-shaleem. Once we get there we run on the beach and watch some kids who live on the kibbutz. Then we go to dinner in another kibbutz and that was it. BYE!

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I check your travel blog every day!
Thank you for doing this Esther. Every day I check you blog and enjoy hearing about your new adventures. Greece looks amazing. I hope I get to visit it myself someday. And now you are in Israel - I can hardly wait for your photos and your impressions. Isnt great to travel for more than a week? It gives you a chance to look at your life and the lives of others in a different way. I can't wait to hear about your next experiences.
Auntie Annie

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