Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... is the $2b 60 km Tel Aviv to Jerusalem high speed rail link which will speed passengers between the 2 cities in 30 minutes (via the airport) by 2018. Outside the Jerusalem city walls is the Mount of Olives cemetery, the oldest still in use cemetery in the world containing over 150,000 tombs dating back 2,700+ years. It costs about $22,500 for a plot today – if you can get one.
We entered Jerusalem Old City through the bullet ...
... So a slightly long way around, but there was one very exciting revelation in my planning.... We would be flying directly over Petra on the way! Anne and I had visited Petra years ago, and it is one of the greatest sites I have visited. The temple was impressive, but kind of familiar as we'd seen it in images many times, the surprise was that there was such a large ancient site that revealed itself as you ...
... on the Temple Mount was the initial foundation stone of creation. In discussing the Church of the Holy Sepulchre I was reminded of the time that I was asked by the Tucson Diocese to address a group, along with Bishop Kicanas, and discuss my most recent trip to Israel. The event was hosted by the local chapter of the Equestrian Knights of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, a Catholic lay order. I drove up to the country club where the event was being hosted that night ...
... we found a giant cactus. I've wanted to try cactus fruit for a while, so we threw a couple at each other and then I opened one up and we all tried it. It was surprisingly like a combination of Dragon Fruit and Passionfruit. We ended up with quite a few tiny barbs stuck in tongues, lips, and fingers after that, but it was worth it.
Moving further up the valley from the spring and ruin, we ran into a very well protected barbed- and ...
... all of the well-built apartment buildings and shopping malls, it doesn't look war-torn. Plenty of the buildings look nicer than a lot of places where people live in Israel. However, there aren't kids in the streets, so I'm not sure I can declare it as safe as the buildings make it appear to be.
I was very hungry when we finally stopped for lunch at Ce Tu coffee shop and cafe. I ended up sitting with some of the Italians and Spaniards in our group. They ...