Friday, July 4, 2014

Waiting for the bus

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In yesterday's post we saw the multilingual buses.
The big building with the reflecting doors and windows is the new Beer Sheva Central Bus Station. 
Some people prefer to wait for their bus outside.
The air conditioning inside is freezing and sometimes all the seats are taken.
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See also the inside of the terminal with its antiquities under glass!
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(Linking to Weekend Reflections, although you'll have to enlarge the photo to find the reflections here.)
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8 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

great reflection in the windows. Have a great weekend.

William Kendall said...

It looks like a hot day!

Felicia said...

wonderful reflection

Dina said...

William, EVERY day is a hot day in the summer in Beer Sheva, in the 30s.

VP said...

I am sure that I would try harder for a place inside...

Birdman said...

We often take the bus to Boston. I enjoy 'bus life' from time to time. Leave the driving to them.

Maureen McCann said...

I think I would try to wait inside in that kind of heat and stand if there were no seats.

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

It looks hot! But all the people outside make for a nice reflection