The Angelia Project, Page 364:
“At six a.m. the following day in Tel Aviv, a passenger van pulled up in front of the Hilton. Winger, Bi-shou, and Wise stowed their bags in the back and climbed in. A partition in the vehicle secured the passenger compartment, and when the sliding window in that partition was closed, as it was when they entered, passengers could see nothing outside of the vehicle. Wise sat in the passenger compartment along with Bi-shou and Winger and continued to answer questions and talk about the unfolding events as they traveled.”
This is a snapshot taken of the author, Bill Duncan, in the early 1990s, of the Tel Aviv Hilton from the beach. Even in those days, it was a beautiful hotel and this ancient snapshot doesn’t do it justice.