Evason Ma'In Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Another day of no/difficult internet access, so a delayed
We had planned to get up at 5.30, be all packed up and ready
for breakfast at 6.00am so that we could get to the ticket office of Petra at
6.30. At about 4.15am I decided I was
awake (I'd checked the time several times during the night) and would sort my
... and Jerusalem's most recognized landmark. The significance of this site stems from religious traditions regarding the Foundation Stone, or the rock. This site has a religious impact on the Jews, Christians and Muslims, but only Muslims are allowed inside and Jews are not allowed on the Temple Mount itself. This is why the Jews find the Western Wall to be the most religious place they can pray as it touches the Western side of the Temple Mount. ...
... times you would think that there's little reason to return there, but I think it's great to just walk the streets and take in the atmosphere - of holiness (even for someone secular like me) and of cultural mix. While I prefer to walk alone, I have many times had the opportunity to go on guided tours, both underground in the Western Wall tunnels and around in the Old City. My amazing tour guide made my ...
... and giving birth – are all celebrated within the synagogue service.
Congregation members offer home hospitality for Shabbat and holiday meals. They encourage socializing among members and guests, and hold a Kiddush after services on every Shabbat and holiday. On-going Torah study, children's programs, interest groups and ...
... I forgot to mention I got to see a gazelle while hiking on the Jesus Trail~
By the time I reached the YMCA I found myself worn out, feet hurting, and fried after a long 10 hour day exploring all over Jerusalem via foot... but was so worth it and can go home not without regretting not seeing anything in the city. Minus Dome of the Rocks which I have to do bright and early in the morning aka 7:30 am, which I'm planning on doing before leaving.