Maiersdorf Faculty Club Hotel
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... font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">Ron was really the only one who had something different. He had a chicken sandwich, while Emma and I had edamame beans, salmon skewers with yam fries and the aubergine with yoghurt mint dressing. Sion shouted us beef skewers, which were nice, and then later came back with free shots! Tonight we also met his girlfriend and his brother.
... 8217;s or early 30’s. One of them was extremely frustrated and I can even say angry. He said foreigners like us always come to visit and “look at us like we are animals in a zoo…they make all types of promises but nothing ever changes.” What could we say? In many ways he was probably right. I can only hope that change does finally come for the world’s longest lasting group of refugees who have been living under ...
... St. George Cathedral. It is an Anglican Cathedral, so it is much simpler than a Catholic one, but still quite pretty. The gates were open and it was very calm inside, as there was nobody there.I debated sitting down to read as it would have been a great reading spot (and my feet were tired), but kept going.
Next up the road on the map was the Tomb of the Kings. It wasn't open, and all I could learn about it is that it's French, for ...
... the world come to pray and see this
church. There are 4 different Stations of the Cross located in the
church and the surrounding area are where Jesus was crucified.
Drew & Ilise in Jerusalem
After the market and the picture taking we headed back to the hotel
for a light lunch and met back up with my mother and Ronna. My brother ...
... Esther. Although, some of the books like Samuel only have a small scrap present. It was interesting to find out that there were 25 mikvot (ritual baths) but probably only something like 50 men living there. They sure liked to be clean! We finished the site with a short hike up to Cave 1 where the first scrolls were found. Jamie and I each threw a stone in like the shepherd who found the scrolls ...