Caesar Premier Jerusalem
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We were more than happy to take advantage of the offer to hitchhike with a Jordanian!
Throughout the day, Tareq proved to be quite the gentelmen. His company was engaging, and when he dropped us off at the bus station, he even offered to give David the sweater he was wearing since David was a little chilled when we stepped out into the wind while still wet.
Since we had left earlier than when the bus would have brought us back to Amman, ...
... and truly masterfully restored and maintained. After walking through the many areas and watching those who had clearly travelled miles to be in this holy place's presence was pretty awe-inspiring. Next on our walking tour was the Arab market in the Aremanian Quarter. Jordana and I both almost at the same time said wow this reminds me on India and had huge smiles on our faces. The smells, vibrate colours, and various fabrics and beaded artifacts ...
... a couple of me but has cut my head off! Before we left Mike told us we were on the cusp of entering the Holy City. Fittingly he had a little service for us before we crossed the Kidron Valley. Next the bus dropped us at the Jaffa Gate and we walked to the Church of The Holy Sepulchre. This was originally the site of pagan temple built by Hadrian in 135 CE after the first Jewish revolt when Jerusalem was destroyed and then rebuilt as a ...
We made it to Jerusalem! After an early breakfast this morning, team IBEX loaded up in the bus and hit the road. Benj briefed us on our intense itinerary in Old City Jerusalem as we bounced over the thousands of speed-bumps here. Part of his introduction was a fitting explanation of Psalm 122. Many Jews take verse 6 out of context to mean that we still must pray for Jerusalem's peace; however, New Testament ...
... then will also be transferred there.
When Herzl died a year later, he was interred in Vienna. Forty-five years later, Herzl's remains were brought to Israel and re-interred in Jerusalem. The location of the burial site was selected by a special state commission in the top of a hill in West Jerusalem next to Military cemetery of Jerusalem. ...