Continuing our fourth day in Israel, we said goodbye to Kibbutz Haon Guest House on the Sea of Galilee, saw the traditional site on the Jordan River where Jesus was baptized, climbed/rode up to Masada, floated in the Dead Sea and then drove to Jerusalem. We would be staying in Jerusalem three nights at the Ramada.
We checked into our very nice, clean room and then headed to eat and group meetings.
It was in Jerusalem that things got a little tense between my husband and I. What? Ten days of dates away from the kids and it wasn’t all perfect bliss? Insert smile here. Yep, when you have problems you take them with you on vacation too. Ha ha.
Our issues on vacations began on our honeymoon. We just have different ideas of how to see and enjoy things. My husband isn’t as excited and passionate about traveling as I am, but the thing is once he gets there he has to conquer…and I’m just supposed to follow. My husband is not a mean man. I don’t think this happens on purpose. It’s just what happens when he’s so excited about what he’s doing, and he kind of forgets that I may have dreams and wishes of my own. You know? I have to kind of uh…get his attention.
If you’ve followed my blog then you know I began working as a blogger for the purpose of traveling. So when I had worked so hard to finance the trip, it just didn’t sit well with me that we had to do everything he wanted.
And so one evening in that beautiful room we had it out. About an hour later we finally saw where each other was coming from kissed and made up. From then on he tried really hard to consider my wishes. Aw! 🙂
The three days we stayed at the Ramada we ate breakfast and supper there. The food was heavenly! I’m just going to give you a small taste of the food in photos, beginning with one of my favorite things Halva!
Breakfast in Israel continually amazed me with spreads of fish, cheese, and salads along with other things. By this time I noticed lots of our group going for salads for breakfast.
The Ramada dining rooms were vast with many different stations.
Our entire stay at the Ramada was wonderful! As I felt throughout so much of our trip, I couldn’t believe we were actually in Jerusalem.
Thanks for sharing your vast experience about of Ramanda hotels. Yes, I agree, Ramada Hotel, Jerusalem is a thoughtfully designed hotel, with tastefully adorned furniture and artifacts, which do not overcrowd the space. One of the best locations in city with nice property. Excellent hospitality with good service. Very quiet and clean rooms and washroom are up to the mark. Interior and the hotel area is very good.