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Monday, November 7, 2011

Travel Tales: The Last Night in Israel

We spent our last night in Israel, in Tel Aviv. It was sad. I always hate to leave.

We walked along the Mediterranean and I snapped a few photos. The Israeli Spy pigeons were having a meeting, probably conspiring against us. They were everywhere. Watching.

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I took a couple pictures of the dusky sky.

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We stopped at a restaurant that sits next to a McDonalds off the Mediterranean. The last time we were there was in 2008 when Israel had their 60th Anniversary as a state. We watched an air show then.

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Sweetman had salmon smothered in a citrus sauce.

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I had a roasted eggplant sandwich on Cabbata bread. OMG-to die for food.

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While we ate, I snapped more pictures of the sunset.

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We concluded this evening with a long stroll back to our hotel along the Mediterranean. Below is a picture of Jafa at night from Tel Aviv.

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Well, this concludes our trip to Israel. Next Monday, I’ll post some more sights from London. We flew in before coming back to the states.

Also, I’ll be hosting a one day blogfest in December. I just have to sit down and focus on it. But I can tell you this, it will be the first Monday in December. You’ll have a couple pictures to make a story from. Also, we’ll be focusing on alternate realities-my favorite subject. Fiction or non-fiction, up to 100 words.

Okay, my blog-buddies. Got blogs to read.

See you all later in the ink,

Shelly

7 comments:

  1. Wow, I love the second picture especially.

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  2. I hope you didn't bring back any of the spy pigeons with you. They look shifty ;)

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  3. Gorgeous pics! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. @Tonja: I'm glad you enjoyed it.

    @William: Thank you and the sunset was way better in person.

    @Lynda: It's possible. I think I saw one at my local Starbucks bobbing around my table the other day.

    @Allison: You're very welcome.

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  5. Lovely photos. I'm not an eggplant fan, but that sandwich looked yummy!

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  6. Thank you, Vicki. And yes, that sandwich was awesome.

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