Commodore Hotel Jerusalem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- TV Channel One Russia
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... permits to work in Israel; can't just come to Israel to visit holy sites or the sea.
So it was a strenuous day, taxing to the mind and heart. In the evening we all went to the residence of Bishop Suhail Dawani. He welcomed us and explained the work and challenges in a diocese that includes Syria, Lebanon, Israel, the West Bank, Gaza, and Jordan. Janet Vail, a former vestry member, and Pete Eveleth, a former senior warden, ...
... away is the dazzling dome of the rock... I was standing silently with my back to this view over the city.... when all of a sudden.... behind me, was this almighty blast and explosion. Move over Usain Bolt, my 2 metre sprint behind the palm tree would have left Usain still standing on the start blocks... just a reflex reaction within me snapped into action, and hearing this massive explosion, I automatically dived behind the closest palm tree... and then I ...
I spent the night at the Jerusalem Little Hotel, just to try something different. I wanted my own room and a good night's sleep, because this week was a little rough at work. The hotel check-in was at the partner hostel (Jerusalem Hostel, logo a lion) a few doors down, but it was short and easy to get between the two. I was happy I didn't have a lot of stuff to haul up the stairs, and was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the room. The ...
... cannot pray at the Wall together; there is a separate area for each. Jews come to the Wall for prayer, to touch it, and to stick notes into the cracks. The final stop of the morning was at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in the Christian sector. It was here that it is believed Jesus was crucified, buried, and resurrected. While we did tour the church, there was a Greek service going on which limited our chance to see everything. Before dinner, we had ...
... on Emma's last trip.
It seemed to be quite a long trip into the city, followed by a maybe ten minute walk to the apartment we had booked.
The apartment has the potential to be great, but is very new and (I hope) ...