Little House In Rechavia
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... whole world is ours. God gave it to us; it is not for anyone else!" Then when we were in the plaza before the Al Aqsa mosque, we heard a commotion behind us. Evidently, a Jewish group had come in and was praying before the mosque. Now it is strictly forbidden for anyone but Muslims to pray on the Temple Mount. Others can go there but can not bring any religious symbols and can not pray there. This policy is strictly enforced by ...
... Tavern is fascinating. It looks like an antique shop, with glass cases full of exotic jewelry, copper pitchers, ornate lamps. But it's a place to have dinner. We had assorted appetizers--salads, labneh, hummus, baba ghanoush, spicy red relish--and then ordered for ourselves.. I had lamb kabobs, and Marty had meatball kabobs. It was a loud and jolly gathering and fun trading stories of our first days in Israel.
... memories of from two years ago.
Well my memories of Nafoura are entirely accurate. However, the route that was clearest required a walk to the Jaffa gate, which is significantly farther away than I had remembered, and of course, we were pretty tired from our trip. However, we persevered, and it was quite worth it. The setting was as lovely as I remembered--a courtyard up against the wall ...
... and I would have been happy to have stayed at the Holiday Inn Resort for an extra day at the expense of, say, mmmm let me think…Madaba perhaps!!? All the staff were so happy, they all smiled and acknowledged you when you walked passed.
Later that evening we requested extra Coffee Mate. We gave our room number and headed back to our room. No sooner had we returned and had time to walk across from the door to the window there came a soft rap on our door. On ...
... on certain days so if you want to see everything you have to go back again another day.
Near thye top an old guy let me in to see the Tomb of the Prophets. It dates from 500bc and was the tomb of Haggai, Malecachi and Zacharia and their deciples. The place was really dark and he gave me a candle to see around.
The Observation Point at the top was worth the hard climb. It was a huge effort to get up the steep hill but all worth it for the view.
The long walk back was ...