A Little House In Bakah
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Travel Blogs from Jerusalem
J: Beware this is long. My apologies. We had family history and politics to cover.
Jerusalem is amazing and we are so happy to be here. Like the states each area in Israel is quite different but unlike the states this whole country is the size of New Jersey. Jerusalem is more religious than the other parts of Israel, the most complex and …
Jerusalem, one of the oldest cities in the world, has changed hands between the Christians and Muslims too many times to count and remains one of the most contested places on the planet. Not only is Jerusalem the holiest city in Judaism and the spiritual center of the Jewish people since 1000 BCE, it is also where Jesus died on the cross making it …
I got right on the walking tour deal and headed to the Old City for an overview. The tour was HUGE - too many people. They usually split it up but the other guide was sick. I just stuck to the front and was able to hear everything quite well.
Since this was my first time to the Old City I though the security at the entrance was an everyday …
Midway through the walking tour we stopped to take a break.
I'd been trying to drink as much fresh juice as I could. Lemon with fresh mint was my favorite. If they didn't have that I went for carrot or orange and grapefruit mixed.
The best shwarma I had was in Jordan and then here in the Old City. That's where they shave off …
(Day 12, Jerusalem & Abu Gosh) Sabbath in Jerusalem: a good opportunity to get out of town. First, though, we took my friend David's advice and headed to some of the most religious neighborhoods in this very religious city, to see what it looked like at its extreme. The streets of the neighborhood were actually physically blocked off by police …
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service