How to make the best of an overhyped transit system

A year ago, when I arrived in Jerusalem for my first trip as a correspondent, I knew that a metro would be the way to go.

That was before I arrived at the University of California, Berkeley, where I’d begun my journalism career, and the two-week journey to the airport that would take me through the capital’s bustling streets.

The journey from the airport to the subway station was a long one, but I learned that it’s possible to get a good return on your travel by using the system you need.

The first subway I used was the subway system, but the new one I was on was the metro.

I went with my friend and fellow journalist, Amir Zuberi, who had been traveling through Israel for several months.

I was hoping to get off the train in the Jerusalem-Beit Hanina area, which is now part of Jerusalem.

Amir was excited to go and take advantage of the MetroCard system.

He had an older brother who worked in the transportation department at the Jerusalem Municipality.

He and his family have lived in Jerusalem since 1967, and when he and his parents bought their home in the city in 2002, he was excited about a new and improved MetroCard, which had a touchscreen and was more convenient than the old magnetic cards.

Amir told me that they loved it and that they often used it when they could get a free ride to and from work.

A month into my first week in Jerusalem, I noticed the MetroLink system on the subway and decided to try it.

The stations in the new system were the ones in Jerusalem proper, and I chose the first one to try, in the Old City, in front of the Temple Mount.

I walked to the station, which was near the entrance to the Temple.

Amir and I boarded the subway, but before we were on the platform, we got off at the end of the line, where there was a line of cars waiting for us.

Amir got in the car, got out and told me to walk a bit farther.

He wanted to take a look around.

Amir said that the people in the cars were very happy to see me.

The people there seemed to be very happy too, as I was greeted by a group of people, most of whom were elderly and elderly Jewish people.

They were not too nervous.

The MetroLink service is much better than the Metrocard, but it’s still not as convenient as the old system.

They said it took about an hour and a half to get from the Temple to the metro station.

We were also told that there were buses and trains available in the area.

I did not realize the extent of the difference in the fare.

Amir had heard that there are buses and buses in Jerusalem as well as in Tel Aviv.

He told me he had never heard of such a thing.

We got to the tram stop and were greeted by an elderly man.

He asked us if we were tourists, and we said that we were, and that we wanted to get on the bus.

The man gave us a booklet, and Amir handed it to me.

“Take this booklet,” Amir told us, and then he pointed at the booklet and asked if we wanted it.

I thought for a moment and took the booklet.

The booklet had a map of the metro system and a map showing the stations.

Amir took out a map and showed us the map and the lines on it.

He said it was important that we keep it to ourselves.

We looked at the map.

It showed that the lines in the center of the map were the lines that the buses and the trains run on the same day.

Amir and I took the bus to the entrance of the Old Street, and on the way, we stopped at a restaurant called Yalot.

Amir brought us to the restaurant.

We ordered food and drank a bit.

Amir explained that this is the best time to eat in Jerusalem.

The city has a lot of restaurants, and it’s not like there are any in Tel-Aviv, where the restaurants are closed and not accessible.

We ordered some more food and went back to the hotel.

Amir talked to the receptionist, and she explained that the food would be served at the time of your departure.

The food would come out at 10:30 in the morning.

I asked if it was okay to bring the food myself.

She said that was okay, and added that if you had a group, we could get you a table.

Amir then brought us some food.

The receptionist asked Amir if he had a special reservation for us, as he had just started working in the restaurant that day.

Amir replied, “Yes, it’s a very special reservation.”

He brought us a plate of sushi and told us to sit down and have a drink.

Amir asked if I was thirsty, and said that he had to get water.

I sat down and got water.

Amir went back