Commodore Hotel Jerusalem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... headed up the Via Dolorosa, tracing Jesus's last steps after he was handed his cross until he was crucified. Whilst in some ways you feel like you are tracing back the steps of a man 2,000 years ago, seeing every step marked out with large plaques designating each spot (VII - Jesus falls for the second time) and the commercialisation of the route (7th station souvenirs, and guided tours) it kind of takes away from the genuine ...
... I'll be halfway through a transaction when he'll start dealing with someone else. It can be a little off-putting. Of course the next layer is dealing with the stallholders who want to haggle with you. "You make me very happy if you tell me how much you want to pay. What is your price? I give you good deal because I love Australia etc." This afternoon we concentrated on Luke and discussed the road to Emmaus and the Ascension as described in Acts. Then we hopped ...
... gave me a new burst of energy in which I used up hiking the next day in the North with Sarah and Relly. We decided to rent a car, pack a cooler and hit the open road together. After just over two hours we had made it to one of the top ten water hikes in Israel called Naval Zavitan. It was stunning. The landscape changed from arid to lush the deeper we trekked. There were four water holes of fresh water for us to swim in along the way ending with ...
After the overlook, we made a bee-line to Christ Church where Edon took over for Benj and gave us a guided tour of the church and nearby museum. The church was founded by Jews from London. It was also roofed by them, since they had to pre-fabricate the English Oak ceiling and ship it over. The footprint of the building was also intriguing since it was shaped like a cross to distinguish it from ...
... the place that the Apostles stayed both before and after the death of Christ. The current building dates from the 14thC with some earlier Crusader parts ( the "tomb of King David). Adjacent to it is the Church of the Dormition which is built over the ancient remains of the house where Mary allegedly lived and died after the Crucifixion. Between archaeology and tradition, there are some sound reasons to believe that these places, ...