Commodore Hotel Jerusalem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... a great harbour, build a Roman temple in honour of Octavius/Augustus and a marvellous palace for himself right on the foreshore. Construction was completed in twelve years about 10 BCE and after that it was a prosperous port city and the capital of the region. After Herod's death though things started to go downhill. Earthquakes over the centuries caused damage to the harbour so that eventually it ceased to function as a port. Before that though, the Roman ...
1. Having 2air raid sirens while at an airport is not a good feeling! 2. When you engage strangers in conversation you can have a wonderful time! 3. Pods are the way to fly. 4. If there had to to be an electrical malfunction I am glad it happened before take off! 5. Did I mention pods are wonderful? 6. Turkey is below me. Cool! 7. I do love Caesars! Clamato is Canada's best kept secret! 8. People in Israel yell...a LOT! They also blow their horns ...
After a wonderful breakfast at the Center we met our guide Kimal and boarded the bus for an ambitious day of Jerusalem sightseeing. Our first stop was the Mount of Olives, a mountain ridge east of the city. It is named for the olive trees that once covered its slopes. It has been used as a Jewish cemetery for over 3,000 years, and holds approximately 150,000 graves, Several key events in the life of Jesus took place on the Mount of ...
... Western Wall route in the south, bordering on the Jewish and Armenian Quarters, as far as the Damascus Gate in the east, where it borders on the Muslim Quarter. The Christian quarter contains about 40 Christian holy places. Among them is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one ...
... 8221; where Judas hanged himself. It was at nearby Mt. Gilboa that King Saul lost to the Philistines in the 10th century BC.
We next stopped at “Beit Alfa” which is a Byzantine era synagogue with beautiful mosaics that incorporated signs of the zodiac (very pagan and “un-Jewish” symbols) into the design. The Jews did not just swallow the then “pop culture’ they assimilated it and changed it ...