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TravelPod Member ReviewsAppian Apartment Rome
this is what the owner told us when we asked about how easy it is to get a taxi over to west jerusalem. The rooms were basic but fine, and though expensive it is as cheap as you can get in Jerusalem.
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... to be praying. We followed the path around the bottom of the platform and that’s when the fun started. Meir was escorted into the Temple Mount area by Jewish armed guards and they had a number of Muslim women surrounding them screaming at them. It was mind boggling and not pleasant to watch, but an experience nevertheless. One of the Jews in the group encouraged us to film and photograph the abuse, and there’s not ...
... Muslim Quarter to get our bearings and pulled out our map. An Arab approached us, explained where we were and introduced himself and began chatting. He the offered to take us a roof with the best view of the old city and be our guide. He talk us of his experience as a guide and that he had three children to feed. He continued to try and
persuade us even after we said no, thanked him and walked away. Shortly afterwards we stopped to get our bearings again. As we ...
... under the Cold War between the rivaling superpowers. The point I'm making is that Jerusalem is really the hotspot for anything that happens around the country that reflects and concentrates general feeling. As the centre of the Abrahamic religions, competing for overlapping interests, life here is like living under The Bomb. In this case I don't necessarily mean a literal bomb but a metaphoical one. And yet, at the same time, you don't see conflict ...
... nearly 3 million trees were planted by the Jewish National Fund (JNF) from the donations of Americans, big and small.
The memorial was opened to the public this week for the holiday of Sukkot and we meet Elon, the JNF guide, who gives us the history of the memorial and the area where we are standing.
We see that the Massachusetts column was given in honor of our late Rabbi, Sam Chiel, and the West Virginia column ...
... an infant baptism. I didn't see a minister there so maybe they had the ceremony in the church up the bank and just came down for photos. They were dressed up and no one actually entered the water. Anyway it was nice to have so many people celebrating the same thing in their own different ways. By comparison our simple little ceremony was pretty tame. Another thing that was special was that Mike had asked our Kiwi friends to sing and when they ...