Agron Guest House
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All Youth Hostel in Israel have a high stabdart' The food is the best I ever get in a hostel
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... doing a DVD of the tour) wipe it off. Huh. We were dropped off at a restaurant the size of an army barracks where our whole group 235 of us plus crew of 40 extras dined on lovely Israeli food didn't see Israeli couscous however. Then it was off to Masada the site of one of Kind Herod"s winter palaces . If you look at your maps its about at the narrowest part of the Dead sea which incidentally is retreating and ...
... who identified as an Arab, a Palestinian and a Christian. (He said people always ask him when he converted and he says he tells them his family has been Christian for 2,000 years.) He told us the story of how his father was shot and killed when caught in a crossfire between Jewish rebels and the British leaving his mother a widow with seven children. They lost their home and spent years in a refugee camp. His mother qualified as a nurse, got a job and got ...
Saturday, of course, is the Jewish Sabbath, so everything is very quiet in Jerusalem. The Israel Museum, however, was open. The last time I was here it was closed for renovations, so I was quite happy to be able to go this time. I had breakfast with Steffie and spent awhile chatting with her before I headed out. No problem getting a cab as they are driven by Arabs! The museum is massive, so I had to plan my time wisely as I only had 5 hours before it ...
... from the Temple Mount to the Via Dolorosa, the most memorable for me was the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. While much of the church itself is in ruins from the damage done to it in the 11th century by the Fatimid caliph Hakim, the Holiness of the tomb below resonated deeply with me and gave me courage to continue on my journey which is almost certainly blessed by He himself now.