Commodore Hotel Jerusalem
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Travel Blogs from Jerusalem
... chapels, scented candles and loads and loads of Russian speaking tourists (I just found out that it is a current headquater of Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem - that explains a lot). I qued to see the Golgotha, walked around all the chapels and took quite a few pictures (good thing about being among Russian tourists, you don't have to be shy about taking pictures in sacred places). After that I decided to call it a day and walked back home. ...
... window so the sun came in brightly. Right next to us was a stone wall meant to replicate the temple wall in Jerusalem. One must then abruptly stop to be questioned by Passport Control. Notice, no one smiles even in their eyes. "where are you going? who are you with? Why are you here? who do you know here? silent pause... asking a question in Hebrew to someone over the wall....Stare at my passport for what I thought to be a very long time. ...
... talked about what we had seen.
I can't believe how fast the days go, I think the daylight saving keeps putting me off, although the evenings are great.
We had a walk around tonight and took in the frenzy at the markets as closing time was approaching and the sellers wanted to get rid of their fruit and veggies. The streets were full of people walking, shopping and enjoying the evening.We found ...
... There were kids from Jewish and Muslim schools, all playing in one area albeit largely playing separately. By this time, we were accustomed to seeing the armed security guards that accompany every school outing. Although we were used to seeing this site, it still is somewhat jarring.
o Banias – amazing ruins dating to Herod and Byzantine Empire. Beautiful landscape and nice hiking.
· Mediterranean Coast and Lebanon Border
... surprised me.
Briefly, these past 4 days began with the visit to the Dead Sea… a physical feeling yes, but unlike any experience I’ve had since my floatation tank college days of the 70’s…. the next day was the Passover Sedar at Shahar’s family… the sedar was special but to experience the feeling of large family meals with multiple generations and see the warmth and love they have for each other... for our Deborah and now for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking