Caesar Premier Jerusalem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a security check, I donned a kippah and touched the wall. Before writing a message, shoving it through the cracks, and then sitting back down and observing the most sacred place in Judaism from a distance.
My last activity for the Old City was to head south, walk along part of the wall, and head to Mount Zion. Here is the location of ...
... month reacquainting myself with the city and its many museums, galleries etc. had lots of friends around from melb at various stages which was really fun. My passion for Israeli music and culture was filled by various outings to the Habimah Theatre, thanks to Meir Alon who is the technical director. Had a private backstage tour and also saw 4 plays, one of which was MY FAIR LADY in Hebrew.. Hilarious, especially when they sang BARAD YARAD BI DROM SFARAD HAEREV. I ...
... quickly the countryside changed and began to look very fertile. Now we were entering the food bowl of Israel. Gradually we climbed up past sea level again. Nazareth is a hill town which is 60% Arab, 30% Israel, 2% Christian with the rest others. I think it has a population of several hundred thousand. Back in Biblical times it would have been between two and three hundred. Our first stop was the Basilica of the Annunciation. This celebrates the announcing to ...
... the college - once again about 45 minutes. Obviously their laws are different from ours because he spent the whole time talking on one of his two phones. Sue claims he was texting as well! Anyway we got there in one piece. Susan, the Hospitality Minister, greeted us and showed us to our rooms. That's when I was surprised and disappointed to find I was sharing a room. I had assumed that when Denise pulled out, that would just ...
... the Struthion Pool was actually not the Pavement where Pilate judged Christ, even though it had previously been thought to be up until 30-40 years ago. Instead, the starting point of Christ's walk to the cross was probably on the west side of the city—closer to where Pilate would have lived—away from his lower ranking soldiers on the east side of Jerusalem. On the way back to the bus, we passed the Dung and ...