Evason Ma'In Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the same day.
My connection just went down again and came back so . .
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My first thought on seeing the Old City . . . I loved the sights and sounds . . there was a vibrancy to the area, not at all quiet.
Next is a walk on the ramparts
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... he lived on. He told us that the Zionism that had faded from many of the kibbutzim, including the one he had lived on, was alive and well in Yerucham, a growing area.
After we finished eating (and we were stuffed with delicious foods topped off with a peanut tea and tasty cake and melons!), we went with him to the park in Yerucham and walked near the lake there, not far from the well believed to have been the well where Hagar came with Ishmael, asking God to help ...
Water above = waterfalls at Hamamet Ma'in (Ma'in Hot Springs)
This was the first significantly uncomfortable "local" experience I had. Our taxi driver couldn't convey it to us, but I think he tried. We paid 30 JD (about $50) to spend 1 hour being stared at, slightly shunned (me), then warmly greeted while wearing bathing shorts and a tank top.
Let me explain.
About 99% of the guests at the hot springs are locals.
... the different quarters: the Muslim quarter, the Armenian quarter, the Jewish quarter and the Christian quarter.
Its hard to support what is being said about Jerusalem, that in this city all religions can coexist fairly peaceful. I guess this really depends on everybody’s definition of fairly. To me the tension is constantly present and could easily explode any minute at one of the checkpoints, where Israelis block Muslims from passing through.
... the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and departed through the Christian Quarter. The bus then took us to the Church of Saint Peter in Gallicantu, located on the eastern slope of Mount Zion, just outside the Old City of Jerusalem. This church takes its name from the Latin word ...