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Our Last 36 Hours Begin

Well, it's real sad that our trip is coming to a close. I'm so glad that we're spending the day at Dorit's (very kind of her to invite us). It gives us one last special thing to do before we pack the bags and "kill time" until our flight.

We're not leaving the hotel until eight tomorrow night so I promised Sammi some last minute shopping tomorrow and if it's nice, some time hanging on the beach, playing RummyCube. So if anyone has any more shopping suggestions....specifically, she regrets not purchasing a mezzuzzah she saw on Ben Yehuda street in Jerusalem, so we're looking for those. Actually, she wants us to go back to Jerusalem for the day tomorrow, which if it's cloudy/rainy I may consider (but do not tell Chris).

Dinner last night was good. Hoping place right on the water. Chris had roasted scallops and shrimp, I had Croaker with pumpkin chutney and dijon potatoes, the girls had fried calamari. We all agree though that Dolphin Yam was better but Manta Ray was still good. We were all tired, so we skipped dessert and returned to the hotel.

Quote of the day, "Cats are the squirrels of Israel."

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