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... tourists! The church(es) was somewhat less flamboyant (compared to those in Rome) dimly lit and contained a number of mosaics as suited the varying denominations.
We departed Jerusalem Old City via one of the 9 gates, New Gate. We now had some appreciation (understanding?) of the ancient city and all of its religious complexities. Also some of its history namely the 12 sieges – the first in 925 BC and the last in 1948. The ...
... city. Of all the rooms we’ve stayed in so far, it was our favorite:
1. Pina Barosh in Rosh Pina
2. German Colony cottage in Jerusalem
3. Templers Hotel in Haifa
4. Arbel Suites in Tel Aviv
5. Room at Kibbutz Lotan
Besides the birds there, our flora and fauna experiences have included frogs in ...
... the Fountain of Tears, an impressive display of sculptures depicting the similarities between the seven last statements of Christ at his death and the suffering that the Jews experienced during the Holocaust. It is having a profound impact on Jews, including Holocaust survivors. You can find out more about it online. Then we had lunch ...
... is because of its strategic location, above the crossroads between the road east and the great Stella Maris which made it a crucial place for military struggle, there may also be a kind of crucial male/female divine linkage that caused it to be uniquely powerful for Canaanites, and for even earlier settlers.
I suspect that another couple of hours with Zev would have refined my understanding of the sacredness of space even further. But it was time to ascend to ...
... academic novel about an English professor, comprised of letters of recommendation, letters to the new department chair (from sociology). Clever idea, some good moments.
- · Lost for Words, a spoof on the Booker Prize, follows the behind-the-scenes shena****ns of the judges and a few short-list wannabes. Also clever idea, though not great. I did laugh out loud (literally) quite a few times, but I wonder ...