Crowne Plaza Hotel Jerusalem
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Travel Blogs from Jerusalem
Since today is the Sabbath, we have the morning free. As we stood on our balcony this morning and looked out over the town, it was amazing to see only one or two cars on the streets and no public buses running. We thought Haifa was quiet, but Jerusalem looks like a ghost town in comparison. One minute Jerusalem is a bustling city and the next …
Today is basically a free day until 1:30 PM. We were bussed down to Ben Yehuda and King George streets at 9 AM. This is the pedestrian mall shopping area in the downtown business district and is the area where a lot of the bombings occurred. We walked around the center of the city with Allan and Anita, the couple from Toronto. We visited the King …
Another day, another big breakfast. We needed it because we walked about 2 miles through the old city, up and down stairs and hills. We covered the Jewish and Arabic quarters, as well as walking over the rooftops around the Muslim quarter. Our guide takes us to these great uncrowded vantage points and then fills our minds with much more than we can …
After our early wakeup call and breakfast, we headed south to a more authentic kibbutz that several people on the tour wanted to see. It was not scheduled but that is what is nice about this tour and particularly our guide. Things are a little more flexible. We had an explanation by one of the older kibbutzim on Nir David and had a nice walk …
Left at 9 AM today to visit the Yad Vashem (Holocaust Memorial) Museum. We spent 2 hours going through the various rooms including the Children's Memorial and the halls depicting the years of the Holocaust. It was a very moving experience. Also visited the synagogue and art gallery on the grounds. Then we visited the Hadassah Hebrew University …
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