Maiersdorf Faculty Club Hotel

Address: Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, White City, Ilana Goor Residence and Museum, and Ben-Gurion House.
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    Old Jerusalem

    A travel blog entry by dzasta on May 17, 2015

    2 comments, 57 photos

    ... or rally. They went ALL night. every couple of hours they would sing a song and it was on a loudspeaker so the whole town heard it. I live about 5omtr up the hill so I heard it EVERY time.
    Temple Mount is a massive complex. The centre is the Dome of the Rock. I cant get in there cos I am not a muslim but under the dome is A ROCK. If you are Christian or Jew you believe God called Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac and ...

    Holy Mushekel (Problems)

    A travel blog entry by rachellez on Apr 19, 2015

    2 comments, 53 photos

    ... but his is most famous. It took us forever to actually find his paintings, mostly because we walked around them and past them for about forty minutes without seeing them, totally was theme of the trip. but it was funny and made stumbling upon the graffiti all the better. We spent time looking at the pictures and reflecting on which we agreed with and which we had issues with. Then we had to rush back to the bus, which was late. So we ate Shwarma until it came. So this was ...

    Tours of the Old City Steven

    A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 17, 2015

    12 photos

    ... religions. The constant push of traffic, visitors, pilgrims, buyers, sellers. Narrow alleys and wide arches. We visited the three possible quarters – Jewish, Christian, Muslim – the Armenian is closed to the public. We saw the excavated wall built for Hezekiah, the last Hebrew King in Jerusalem. We saw the Roman main road & plaza. We saw a lot that moved us, touched us, impressed us in various ways. We saw a lot of cheap junk for ...

    Dr Stangelove: How I Learned to Love The Psalm

    A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Feb 16, 2015

    ... kind of representative of the west, or even turn into a self proclaimed 'orientalist' but I feel there is a clear distinction between being anti-Israeli and pro-Palestinian where the emphasis is not on lambasting Israel for being the heart of the problem but more on policy that acts as a road block to a two-state solution, which, Insha'Allah, will lead to a longer lasting peace. Many (but not all) of those I have met and had the opportunity to discuss ...


    A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 13, 2015

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    ... morphed into a tour of Hezekiah's Tunnel……...

    I had been so excited about going in Hezekiah's actual tunnel, To me, it has always seemed an amazing feat that he accomplished. To save Jerusalem's water supply from being plundered by the hoards of Sennacharib's army! As the workers started from each end - one end being the spring Gihon and the other where the pool of Siloam was - and met in the middle, could only have been by the hand of God!


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