Ein Gedi Resort Hotel
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... was interested to explore this further. There was also a large modern day laver in the room and Meir demonstrated how this would be used to cleanse the Priests.
The next room held the lampstand, the altar of incense and the table of shewbread. Meir showed us a wooden model of the size of the individual loaves of shewbread and we were able to smell the sweet incense. Behind an elaborate curtain was the golden Ark of the Covenant model which had only ...
... of the process of extermination at Auschwitz - with models of people waiting out in the snow, to enter the cellar, get changed, be gassed and then have their bodies removed and buried.
The final room is the Hall of Names, a circular room with a huge bookshelf on its outer edge. On each of the shelves were thousands of books, containing over 2.2 million names of ...
... being in Hebrew I still jumped for joy when they kissed and Roey broke the glass and everyone yelled Mazel Tov! knowing that they were now officially husband and wife! Cutest couple award and next disney fairy tale movie coming out next fall (watch for it!) - aka their videographer has a lot of editing to do before the first cut is made.
After many hugs as the whole attendance rushed under the huppah to give their congrats we then moved to our ...
... Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 22.8571434020996px;">I love walking on the ancient streets of the Ancient City of Jerusalem. The city has been in the hands of many foreigners, ranging from the ancient empires of Assyria, Babylon and Persia, to the Crusader Kingdom, the armies of Saladin and to the more recent Ottoman and British Empires, until the Jews reclaimed ...
... architect Haim Giladi designed the gardens in Mount Herzl.
In 1903, Theodor Herzl wrote in his will:
I wish to be buried in a metal coffin next to my father, and to remain there until the Jewish people will transfer my remains to Eretz Israel. The coffins of my father, my sister Pauline, and of my close relatives who will have ...