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... a dark space filled with an infinity of flickering candles....in every direction....going on forever....twinkling stars.....wherever I looked...I got lost in them....orientation was gone....then the words echoing from above: Rivka Liberman, 15 years old......Moishe Finkle, 2 years old.....on and on the role was called for 1.5 million children who will live on forever in the flickering candles at Yad Vashem. I was shaking as I emerged back into the hot, ...
... picture; it was hard to get excited
about a large bowl of black food. You don’t see that very often. Max had “fish
kebabs” with a warm yogurt sauce and sundried tomatoes. He enjoyed it
demonstrably, and probably all the more so because “fish kebabs” meant fish
cakes- breaded and fried- not skewered and grilled. We also order a cheese
tart, which showed up as cheesecake with blueberries and a thick buttery crust-
it was ...
... not hot for the first several minutes and cannot burn the skin.
We also saw the area where St. Helen (the mother of Constantine), found the cross, and she was responsible for the building of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Mount Golgotha (where the crucifixion occurred) was on a quarry, and the stones were soft enough for crosses to be placed in them. This site was also in the church and you can see a place ...
... himself as the Messiah and the Kingdom of God.
After exiting the Dung Gate, we went to a location nearby for lunch and more shopping!
We then drove to the Mount of Olives, passing by the King David Hotel, and the New, Damascus ...
... games of beach volley ball (not a bad view at all I can tell you!) and then came across a trio of older guys playing Pachelbel's Cannon in D on Violins and Cello's - amazing! The sun set into the ocean really early (4.30!!) which took some getting used to, but at least it wasn't cold so it was still nice to walk in the twilight. We met up with our tour that evening, 15 of us in all - 6 Aussies (of course) as well as Americans, Germans, English, one Canadian and one Kiwi, and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmbassador Hotel Jerusalem
I arrived on Thursday, September 1st. Check in was quick, polite staff, took my luggage up to my room. Elevator was fairly small (only 4 people fit, MAX) but found myself taking the stairs most of the time. My room was fair sized, clean, but did not have the greatest view. Breakfast and dinner staff were especially pleasant as well as the bartender.
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