Angie sent me a monopoly game. It came in handy when we got snowed in for two days.
Alysa made chocolate chip cookies.
A family enjoying the snow in the park near our home.
Alysa and Kristen made a snowman on our balcony.
Time to get out of the house – we’re all crammed in the elevator.
Walking on ben yehuda street. That’s my sister and me.
I’m so happy to be out of the house eating Ethiopian food.
Ethiopian beer. Yum.
Peter and our friend, Adam, outside of Succat Hallel.
The view from Succat Hallel.
Time to go to the grocery store, it’s across the street from our house, it’s called “SUPER DEAL.”
Lysa is amazed at the color of the eggplant.
Kristen is amazed at the large selection of hummas. (pronounced “who-mus”, by the way)
Time to go into Jerusalem’s old city. Kristen wanted to try and get a realistic idea of what it must be like to have a millstone around her neck.
The “kotel” or wall. This is considered the most holy place for observant Jewish people. It’s the outside wall of Solomon’s temple. Pretty special.
Walking through the arab market on our way back home.
Delicious spices found in the market.