Caesar Premier Jerusalem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... of a 2,000 year old scroll. I did the museum in a rush, seeing the art gallery and the Dead Sea Scrolls in about an hour and skipping most of the archeological section. The art was interesting. The video installation of five metal bands playing with their amps buried underground buzzed me out. The Dead Sea Scrolls were in a room so dark you could barely see them, but I managed to gaze just long enough to say I'd seen them. I didn't really bother with ...
... vertical shot for pulling up a container of water. However, it may have been how Joab entered the city to overtake it. Several of us waded through the water in Hezekiah's Tunnel, going from the Gihon Spring to the Pool of Siloam. It took about 20 minutes to walk it. The tunnel is only slightly wider than an adult's shoulders, and we had to stoop over several times to get through. Quite an engineering feat to dig a length of around 1,750 ...
... I have been here it has proven to be impossible. On this morning it was accomplished easily, with access through the only gate that Jews can use to go up to Har HaBayit over a temporary wooden and metal bridge erected after the old stone bridge became unsafe following an earthquake. While Israel would like to rebuild the bridge in a more permanent, fire-safe manner out of matching Jerusalem stone, it cannot do so without the consent of the government of Jordan, which ...
I chose this hotel for its location and for the fact we'd be able to book it partially by using points.
The hotel is centrally located by lake Taupo, which makes it a great base for day trips, as we'd be staying for two nights.
I've also cancelled my points reservation for the hotel in Rotorua, which was no longer needed.
... bus for a short field trip over to the site on the Mount of Olives. Once again there was originally a Byzantine church, then a Crusader building which was converted into a mosque by the Muslims - just the usual Jerusalem story. So we had started with the Annunciation and had worked our way through to the Ascension, completing our Jesus journey. Tomorrow we are going to Caesarea Maritima to look at the City of Herod. Who knows we may get to swim in the ...