Evason Ma'In Hot Springs
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The church was huge and breath taking like the rest of the city of course. It was Eastern Orthodox which was surprising. I expected it to be Roman Catholic. In fact most of the churches were Orthodox/Russian. After this we explored the souk and bought some souvenirs. I actually was able to use my Arabic a lot. The shopowners were almost all Arab, and speaking Arabic always gets you a "discount." We then went back to the Jewish corner and saw the Tower of David and then ...
... God was behind it all, and now that I've been there, I can never forget the miracle of it all.
For a while the water came nearly up to my hips and my jeans were soaked, but most of the time it was only about knee high. We came out at what is left of the Pool of Siloam. It was rediscovered in 2004 when some sewer works in the area uncovered the rocks, which was quickly picked up by an archeologist working nearby. The steps to the pool ...
... on Sunday morning. From lunch we headed to the
open market in Jerusalem, which was pretty amazing. Fruit, vegetables,
hallavah, flowers, breads and so much more. There were people everywhere
and Drew and I took tons of pictures. The stores were extremely
interesting as were the ...
... full of colour, sweets (nothing sour), music, dancing, and fun. The actual henna ceremony itself doesn't take place till towards the end of the night after the bride has made another costume change (Sarah sported three stunning outfits this night and was even more beautiful in them as the night went on...her own night feeling like a rock star!) The henna was spread in the centre of both Sarah and Roey's palms and locked in with heart shaped pillows tied around their hards. After ...
... around the easy-to-find triangle of streets, Aubrea, Lindsay, and I chose to pool funds with another group and try Kosher pizza for the first time. We had black and green olives, onions, tomato, mozzarella cheese, and mushrooms on our pizza. It was a delicious break in the middle of the day! We swung by a juice bar and a gelato shop on the way back to the meeting spot. I tried passion-fruit gelato and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Our next stop was our ...