Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Beauty of Jerusalem

For a long time, Adam and I have talked about doing a blog posted that is mostly pictures of the natural beauty that we get to see everyday as we walk around the city. Throughout our time here, we have … Continue reading

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Fun in Jerusalem – Gan HaKipod

While many of our excursions have taken us all around the country, Adam and I have begun to realize that there are an amazing number of treasures here in Jerusalem. Others have realized this too; in fact there is a … Continue reading

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Fulbright Dinner

At the end of May, Fulbright hosted its final event for the 2012-2013 Fulbright scholars. As promised, the Fulbright program had activities each month; I unfortunately was unable to attend the programs in February, March, and April because of work. … Continue reading

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Shavuot

The month of May was pretty productive. Adam and I were very focused on work, which was why it felt like the holiday of Shavuot snuck up on us even though we were dedicated to counting Omer, which means that … Continue reading

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May Excursion – AACI’s J-Town Playhouse

With all the traveling we did in April with my parents, we decided to stay close to home for our May exploration. Our special event for this month was just up the street from us; across from the mall where … Continue reading

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The Weather Revisited

The last time we talked about the weather we were dealing with the cold, rain, and snow. As expected, things have changed greatly and now it is hot. While I no longer have to be concerned about cold showers, the … Continue reading

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An emotional two weeks, part II

On Friday, April 19th the emotional roller coaster continued with a trip to Yad Vashem – Israel’s Holocaust museum – with Alli’s parents.  Of course I had learned about the holocaust in school and I had even visited Yad Vashem … Continue reading

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