Commodore Hotel Jerusalem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... time for a brief look around Jerusalem, since it was cold and wet and I was tired after three early starts in a row. I haven't seen the Old City yet, but I do like the pedestrian arcades in the area I'm staying in. It's definitely more commercial than the last several countries I've been in. It's also the first time I've seen a true Jewish community, including those dressed in orthodox fashion. I'm going to enjoy a few days exploring ...
... to see the old terraced neighborhood, we went to
Machaneh Yehuda, the big outdoor market. Besides the food: breads, spices, produce, cheeses, fish and fowl, the rest of the market was much tackier than I had expected, it was fun and overwhelming to wander and choose what we wanted. And I think we paid "tourist" prices for a few items. We walked back to the Old City on Jaffa street. Much of it looked like ...
... streets every day, you don't see Jews getting a hard time walking through the Muslim part of the Old City and most of all you don't feel unsafe. Despite feeling unwelcome in Mea Shearim, I did not, at any point feel unsafe walking around the city. I would happily get lost in the narrow lanes of parts of town or even chat to local people along the way.
As much as I felt should have happened, I can't say I rediscovered a sense of purpose to my ...
Today there is not much to tell but we woke up at around 4pm Israel time. We were making plans to take all of the Savannah kids who are here in Israel, out for dinner. Tavi Rosen, and Sarala Gold came out with us to a meat restaurant called, Rodriguez. The meat was perry good, I had the filet, of course. They say that the meat in Israel isn't that good, compared to America, it's true. Well, we did have a good time with all of ...
... This is relatively new and incredibly chilling. This unique memorial, hollowed out from an underground cavern, is a tribute to the approximately 1.5 million Jewish children who perished during the Holocaust. Walking through the memorial, the visitor will hear the names of murdered children, their ages and countries of origin in the background. It's dark with mirrors reflecting candles that are lit making it appear as if you are amongst millions ...