I Have A Big Family, So Our Jerusalem Thanksgiving Dinner Was Spaghetti Casserole Bake
November 26, 2016 by admin
At the lovely Stay Inn Hostel in the Holy City of Jerusalem, we ate a most beautiful communal dinner to celebrate the American Thanksgiving Day. We were from all over the world and a few of us were Americans. This is such a happy bunch of friends here; and so bonded, that it was truly a “Family Dinner!” Everybody pitched in! I made the casserole. I do love hostel life!
Haven’t done my exploring and touristing here yet; because I still have a bad cold (my voice is totally gone now) and it is windy out. But, this city will wait for me to come and find it. Meanwhile, I’m thankful just to be here, surrounded by such welcoming friends.
Others added veggies. Some brought wine….
Spaghetti Bake and Fried Bananas! A delicious Thanksgiving Day Meal.
My roommates. Winnie, on right, is an Ear,Nose,&Throat Physician.
These guys run the hostel.
Me & Winnie. She’s from Kenya but now lives in Germany.
My new family from Germany, also. Mateo, 12, is to be a brilliant photographer, and now has my GoPro Equipment to use more brilliantly than I did.
I have so many friends from everywhere. Like Bulgaria.
Rennie, of Bulgaria, just turned 80, as I will next September. So, we’re sistras.
The bunks in Abraham Hostel in Jerusalem.
I have a big, world family! Every day is Thanksgiving Day!
I always curtain mine with sarongs to make it dark.
The big dining room at Abraham Hostel
Such a fine family we are!
And, of course, I eat out a lot, too!