Commodore Hotel Jerusalem
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... bustling streets and alleys of the Muslim Quarter to this beautiful courtyard was very calming. The courtyard could almost be called an Oasis because this is next to the Bethesda Pool where Jesus healed a sick man waiting to be dipped into the waters. With the warm temperature and the serenading of birds, this truly seemed like a place of peace and tranquility.
We then proceeded a short distance away to ...
... I had every intention of going to the Jerusalem Archaeological park, but as I entered the Old City I realized that I had never been inside the misnamed Citadel of David. Misnamed because it was built long after the Davidic Period; in fact, the oldest tower is Hetodian. This complex originally was part of Herod's palace, but, as most of Jerusalem is, it was built and rebuilt. I found it not only fascinating, but beautiful. The view from the original ...
... towards the Damascus Gate, the Arab Quarter of the Old City. Little to our knowledge we were staying in East Jerusalem, right near the edge of the West Bank, or Samaria to keep to the Biblical Name. Israel is in Judea to put it into perspective. Israel to me !!! Back to the story! We walked up the hills towards the Damascus gate and were stopped by security forces, the cops and army, because the Muslim worshippers were being called to pray and were going through the ...
... void of Jews.
Wide open space, good views of the Mount of Olives with some things to
see, but of course the prize is the Dome of the Rock covering the most holy
spot on earth for Jews and Muslim’s alike.
Walked to the City Hall stop in took the
Jerusalem Light Rail out to Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum. Located in a beautiful spot by Mt. Herzl, it
is an architectural masterpiece made up of ...
... open in the square area, and it was obvious they were being impacted by the closing off of the city to tourists. We had one item for which we were still looking, so we visited a couple shops. When we told one shopkeeper what we wanted, he explained that "his other shop" had "just what you want." We asked if we'd even be able to get there, to which he said, "no problem." We followed him out and through a series of barricades, all of which he was able ...