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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... Effie was giving his Judaism 101 spiel and it made me smile to think of our group 5 years agp sitting there trying to wrap our heads around everything we were learning. Synagogue was packed as there was a professional men's choir doing the Shabbat service. Incredible! Not understanding the language was no barrier to be spiritually transported by the beautiful melodies and harmonies, sometimes haunting, sometimes so joyful that I wanted to clap along! ...
... anything). The joke of it is the immovable ladder. It was recorded in the common area and hasn't been moved since 1853. A photo of the church taken in 1855 revealed the ladder in the same place.
I met the custodian of the key to the front door of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. We shook hands and took a photo together. He showed me a photo of his father and the Australian Army in WW2. He was hosting them. His iPhone revealed pictures of the pope embracing him only ...
... Friday afternoon preparing rigorously for shabbat.
We all met together at the hotel late in the afternoon, got ready for shabbat, and then headed to Kehilat Kol HaNeshama, a reform congregation in Jerusalem. We prayed, sang, and then walked back to the hotel for a festive shabbat meal. We celebrated Cindy's birthday! And had a little after party to share all about our different days.
Our last day in Jerusalem was a mess. We tried to see the sights that had so-far eluded our schedule, including the Dome of the Rock (a holy place for Muslims and Jews), and the location where Jesus was betrayed in the Garden of Gethsemane. Unfortunately both were closed for lunch from 12-2:30. We got lunch and did a bit of shopping / meandering to kill time. At 2:30 we tried four security points, all refusing us ...