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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... society is the biggest threat and in his "retirement" he is dedicated to societal bridge building. Many of his ideas were developed at The Kennedy School and with his interaction with Boston's Jewish leaders.
When I moved to Boston in 1979, the city was a place seething with ethnic hatred and division. Blacks, Irish, Italian, Hispanics and Jews didn’t get along and hardly mingled. Schools and neighborhoods were highly segregated and you ...
... is an experience. Nothing has a price marked on it. The best example of this is down at the grocery store. This is a small store but packed with all kinds of items so there is little room to walk in. You pick up the things you want or ask for them and then the shopkeeper tells you how much you owe in total. Up until then you haven't a clue how much you're spending. The other thing I notice is that they don't just deal with one customer at a time. Anywhere ...
... head. After he finished, I showed him where the only original stone from the gate was still in place; he and his wife were both so interested and thanked me profusely. The new excavations done by Eilat Mazar have exposed the remains of a gatehouse, palace and wall from the First Temple period. As most of what remains of the First Temple is under the current area controlled ( and being destroyed ) by the Muslims, it is very rare to find First Temple remains. Thus, to ...
... of the European countries and breached a new gate in the Old City walls, in the area of the new development. The gate was called "The New Gate".
We went into the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, also called the Basilica of the ...
... strength and a humming sensation and peacefulness and quietness in the midst of the teenage dancing that I did not hear but unfortunately interrupted periodically by the ultra-orthadox Jew next to me reciting his prayers out loud. Overall the mood was subdued and serious but not sad.
We then returned to the hotel for dinner and a mini-reception sponsored by Father Jim and Rabbi Norm with my Holy Cross colleagues and our fellow pilgrims. Shalom! ...