Almog Holiday Village
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... of the one way system or that its inhabitants had a death wish! During its rule by the Roman and Byzantine empires from the 2nd to the 7th centuries, the city formed part of the Provincia Arabia set up by the Roman Emperor Trajan to replace the Nabataean kingdom of Petra.
The staff at The Hotel St John were very helpful. They provided us with a map, albeit another expurgated version. There are 2 main sites we intended to visit that were in ...
After a nice relaxing day yesterday, it was time to get our hands dirty. Ahead of us was a full day of volunteering where we would be cleaning up and painting old run down apartments for those who can not or afford to get their apartments cleaned (nor can they do it themselves). Volunteering was initially meant to go from 9am - 7pm!! But thankfully it ended up only being from 10:30am - 5:00pm, still a long day. ...
We have arrived in Be'er Sheva! We start with lunch and a quick debrief from Elkana then find out our rooms! I am really happy with my room as it is quite a mixed group of people who all get along great. This afternoon is pretty much chill time to settle in and tonight we are all making a BBQ for dinner as a ...
... we were there. Another place where for sure Jesus went and walked by. We walked the way up to Mount Zion, had the -apparently mandatory- ice creams at the shop and drove to the Holocaust Museum. Jerusalem it's beautiful. The architecture is mainly limestone. I find the city a little dirty compared to Canada. It's more like a Venezuelan place, where you see trash and plastics here and there. Since I'm here I noticed how my view ...
Today we took what has been called the "Palm Sunday - Easter" walk. And again, good on Len and Paula for joining us. We took a taxi to the top of the Mount of Olives. The view of Jerusalem was amazing, and gave us a sense of the size and orientation of the Old City. Biblical accounts have Jesus ascending into heaven from this spot, and the Chapel of the Ascension marks the location. Adjacent this chapel is the Church of the Pater Noster where it is believed that ...