Travel Blogs from Herzlia
... Mount of Olives and the old Cemetery. We could also see the wall dividing off the Palestinian Area.
Temple Mount/Dome of the Rock
The Temple Mount is a large, ancient elevated platform in the Old City of Jerusalem. Historically, it took its shape from the construction of the First and Second Jewish Temples. At its centre today is the Dome of the Rock built in 691, the oldest and most famous Islamic shrine in the world, and Islam's ...
... and south America, has volunteered for Clowns Without Borders in Senegal Africa and is a professional juggler in a circus. I also think he has more passion and energy for travel than I do... Which is really saying something. We'd started chatting on the minibus... Which, by the way, doesn't leave until it fills up and took about 3.5 hours... Then headed to Petra. We also chatted up lots of locals and denied the bus driver's ...
... guide and fellow shipmates ride up yet another cable car to the plateau 450m above sea level where Herod, King of Judea, built a fortress in the style of ancient Rome in the first century BC. Long after this King died, Jewish rebels and zealots fled from Jerusalem and took over the fortress as they revolted against Roman rule in the first century AD. It is said they held out for 3 years before a legion of 8,000 Roman troops arrived. Realizing defeat ...
... 1505; 08;), being held right in the center of Tel-Aviv, which was right in the center of Israel, which was right in ...
I am however proud of my dad for facing his fear of flying and coming with me on what looks to be an amazing trip. As Father Brett always says, "The Lord is never outdone in generosity". I have no doubts he will reap the benefits of facing that fear over the next week.
When we finally arrived at our Hotel we had lunch at the coffee bar and then took a nap until evening mass. After mass we proceeded to the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking