Dana Plaza Hotel
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... what you
compliment people on or you may end up wearing it. They even have a
word or phrase they say as they give you the item, indicating it is
now yours. I learned later that if you refuse once and they don't
offer again they offered out of obligation but don't really want to
give it up. If it is refused twice and offered the third time
however, it may be bordering on offense if you don't take it. It's an
Emirates flight out of NBO via DXB to AMM, thought that we had upgradeable tickets but for some reason was not in booking so had to slum it down the back. EK economy class really is cattle class, not impressed with the service at all or the food. Couldn't complain really as got a cheap ticket but they really need to up their game if they expect our custom in the future when we are paying full fare eish!! ...
... because of its steep sides in the east, provided a natural fortification on the West side of Jerusalem. The Crusaders in 1099 thought that the site was Samuel's burial location, Ramah, but it was too far off the Way of the Patriarchs to be a likely candidate. Ramah was probably further east.
Gibeah had a nice panoramic view once we climbed onto the third story, but it was sort of a let-down with regard to physical appearance. It boasted ...
... the most impressive in the Middle East — not to mention a bit random. Even if you’re a ruins junkie, you probably haven’t heard of Jerash. One reason is that the ruins don’t have UNESCO World Heritage Status.Back in the day, Jarash, then known as Gerasa, was a strategic trading point, with Damascus to the north, Amman to the south, and Jerusalem to the west. ...
... that oozes history from its stones. He sells antiquities, jewelry, and collectibles. We oooh and ahhh over ancient oil lamps, coins, and 2,000-year-old roman glass. I fell in love with a necklace Joseph created out of a piece of ancient glass, but I couldn't stomach the price, so I headed outside to wait for the rest of the group to finish their shopping. I took in the stone walls made out of the beautiful, golden Jerusalem stone.
I really, really love this place.