Why I’m moving my hotel room to the garage

A few days ago, I rented a room for $300.

I had it for three years, but it had been sitting in a garage for several years.

In the meantime, I had heard a rumor that I could get it moved from the parking lot into a garage somewhere.

Now I have the chance to get it there, for a price of $1,100.

I don’t want to leave this house.

The new place is much nicer, I’ve learned.

The garage is now a nice, open space where I can walk the dogs.

It’s quiet.

The neighbors are friendly.

I’m a happy camper, a camper of my own.

I’ve got the best of everything.

Now the garage is my house, and I’ll keep it that way, for the time being.

But I’m not going to stay there forever.

The future is here, in a city that is still building up.

If we all stay the same way, Jerusalem will be one of the safest cities in the world.

There will be no more terrorists, no more wars.

It will be a prosperous and secure city.

But it will be different, a city where a new Jerusalem is not just a place to live but a place that makes people feel like they’re part of a whole.

That sense of belonging is what I’m hoping to leave behind.

If you’d like to learn more about Israel and the Jewish people, visit: The Jewish Virtual Library, Jewish Virtual Museum, and Jewish Virtual Culture.

And if you want to support the Hebrew Virtual Library and the Hebrew Digital Library, visit the following sources: The Israel Project, The Israeli Virtual Library , and The Hebrew Digital Collection.

The Hebrew Virtual Museum has a great video series on the history of the Hebrew language.

It also has a free website.

I recommend it.