You know me...really?
That can't be!
Its a preliminary plan but if all goes well in summer. Just for vacation and through Turkey. Asking for advice now would be too soon.
But as to the commie part, you're mistaking a part of it. I never said I was even alive during the Reagan years. I was born in 89
I DID say in my youth I was. But that was in the 90s and 2000s
What? Ive never said I was a commie during the Reagan years. I wasn't even alive for them O_o
I WAS a communist in my youth. That was in late 90s/2000s, upto about 2007 or 8 I think.
As for France, I can't recall much if anything Ive said about France (point me perhaps to what thread you're referring?), but a lot of my views about that, I guess you can say were shaped during the Chirac and Schroeder attack on our efforts before Iraq. To Americans, you have to realize that that was an utter betrayal to us, and we take those personally here. Its not 'just politics', or realpolitik.
But thanks for teh compliments mang.
So what made my posts in the Balkans threads really different from what I usually post?
The best part is the RussiaSTRONG crew thinks I hate Slavs or something...isn't it beautiful when people believe they can so easily codify others into neat categories?
ALways the problem in Israel, so much to see / do / eat in so little time.
I'm glad to hear you had a good time!
Yep, there is a Micky D's at Tzomet Golani, but Younis is there too. Here's their page, but they don't have an English version of it. http://www.rest.co.il/sites/Default.asp?txtRestID=1814
The other place you can eat, and it's not far from Capernaum (about 8km up the hill) is Ahim Abu Salach - Abu Salach Brothers restaurant. It's part of a service station complex. The restaurant itself is cafeteria seating bland but the food is really good and the staff are friendly. Here's my review from Tripadvisor - http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g293977-d2310639-Reviews-Ahim_Abu_Salach-Israel.html. If you want to spend a small fortune but be entertained, have dinner in Tiberius at Decks. You'll need a reservation and Israelis eat later rather than earlier. Have fun.
Hi, some years ago I stayed in Northern Israel for several months, and I have been back a few times. I'm not a local but if you want to know something and I could help then tell me, I traveled around in that area quite bit :)
Yeah man ;) I'm back..