Travel Blogs from Jerusalem, Israel

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Bags and Borders, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Bags and Borders

A travel blog entry by wanderingnomad-

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... could get an adapter to fit those in Israel as that had been one of the items taken from my bag. Finally approaching Jerusalem I recognised some of the landmarks as the sherut dropped us outside the Damascus Gate. I was relieved because I knew exactly ...

Old Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Old Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown

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... churches--the Armenian and Greek Orthodox, Syrian Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Abyssinian Coptic. And we saw Brigham Young University-Jerusalem! After strolling the streets of the Arab and Jewish quarters, we ate lunch in the Armenian Christian quarter. ...

First Day in Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

First Day in Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by atravelerstales

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Upon leaving the Bedouins, we headed over to the military cemetery, and I got extremely emotional and started crying like a fucking hose. I simply could not stop, but my friend Lana was the same way, so I wasn't the only one. We then had a "closing ...

Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Bethlehem

A travel blog entry by painterlaura2

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... have ever gotten if it had not been for George.  Of course, this being Israel, we had the obligatory stop at George's friends Jewellery store and I bought a Jerusalem cross pendant which I love and have worn nearly every day since.     ...

Repentance in Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Repentance in Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by erincastillo

... we carry that message to Tel Aviv, the leaders also felt like we need to repent for dead religion in Jerusalem on behalf of Israel and the nations.  Religiosity has turned people away from Truth throughout the world.  Jerusalem is significant ...

The Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

The Holy Sepulchre

A travel blog entry by aliciarojo

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... quarry outside the city walls, a place of shame, transformed into something so sacred, that the early Christians of Jerusalem held liturgical celebrations at this location until the city was taken by the Romans in 66 AD. The original ...

In Jerusalem with phone!, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

In Jerusalem with phone!

A travel blog entry by yardbird

Hey all, I'm in Jerusalem at the moment with a phone. Give me a call if you want and if you have skype or the like...love to hear from ya. i'll explain more about what's been going on later. ...

A BIT OF GO PRO, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

A BIT OF GO PRO

A travel blog entry by levy2013

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Today was a day of rest and relaxation - in true Shabbat style (and because nothing is open in Jerusalem ). So we rested, relaxed, swam and caught up with the family in Oz! Here is some Go Pro video of what we did on Friday.,, as I was instructed no ...

jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

jerusalem

A travel blog entry by manyaberlin

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Roaming around Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel travel blog

Roaming around Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by astorixx

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... (20 in.). It seems evident that this remarkable engineering feat is the result of Hezekiah’s measures to protect and maintain Jerusalem’s water supply originating in the Gihon." I enjoyed the stroll down the street with a few others who aren't ...

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