Commodore Hotel Jerusalem
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Clarice has kind of bailed on the blogging thing, though I'm hoping she'll be inspired to resume. (This is obviously Maurice writing).
Jerusalem with Clarice was a lot of fun. We were met by two friends, Amita and Rosalind, who both moved from the USA to Israel about 5 years ago. We sipped coffees at a cafe with a great view of the walls of the Old City. The walls were built by the Ottoman Turks a few hundred years ago, when they ruled the territory. Inside ...
... Race." Benjy explained that their work at Beit Issie shows how we as a people have thrived since that time--that not only did we survive, but through work such as this, we are actively making the world a better place for ALL people who are perceived as different, that we are building a world where people embrace one another across differences.
... I was unable to stay for all of it due to the aforementioned need to use a bathroom) which explained much of the design of the place. It's all built around the idea that the truth is at ground level, and justice comes from up in Heaven. The court is the point at which the two meet. The design incorporates many pyramidal structures and skylights to emphasise the meeting of truth and justice. I like that kind of symbolism. I had the opportunity ...
My host, a Christian Palestinian living in Beit Sahour, right outside of Bethlehem, gave me further insight into Israeli Apartheid. He showed me his ID card that included vital details like address, date of birth, and…religion. Religion determines what one can access and where one stands within this society. I could not help but think that this ID was much like the “star of david” armbands and insignias that ...
... snow is almost all gone now, except for the places where it was piled up alongside the road. It was funny as we drove back to Jerusalem to see so much traffic--particularly on Shabbat. The reason was because so many people were coming up from Tel Aviv just to see and play in the snow! Anyway, we're all still healthy, though tired. Looks like we have some free time tonight to rest. And the weather forecast seems to be improving. God is good! Enjoy your ...