Miriam and Rachel beat me to the
Uncharacteristically for me, I ended up arriving last due to some travel snafus. But I was greeted with so many hugs by women who thanked me for, well being me, which was a very new experience for myself.
Even though we've been communicating for months via facebook, I had no idea of the challenges so many of the members are going through and have overcome. It was inspiring for sure. We ended the "brunch" by dividing up T'hillim, Psalms and saying them with prayers for all.
Café Café in Center 1, near the Jerusalem Central Bus Station. They were very accommodating in offering our group a private room, which is where a store used to be right next to the restaurant. That gave us some privacy, and we didn't annoy the other patrons all that much, I hope. I shared a Halulmi Salad with a friend. It was perfect.
Unfortunately, service hasn't improved at all at Café Café. The last time I was there I had promised myself never to return, but one should never say never. The service was slow and disorganized, though the staff was very pleasant. We laughed at the irony in the big sign at the main entrance to the expanded Center 1.
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