Leonardo Inn Hotel Jerusalem
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We woke an hour earlier than necessary, which we only figured out after breakfast. Since we were early we managed to fit in a little hotel bathroom basin washing - a real necessity at this point. We decided on the basin after finding out that the hotel charged R50 for one shirt. Big travel tip - if you on the budget and are going to need to do …
Israel - the Holy Land.
Today, we focused on the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem. As you may know, Bethlehem sits on Palestinian territory so we had to cross a security checkpoint. We made it through but somehow circled through the checkpoint and ended up back in Israel. Go figure! We gave it another try and found our way to Adnan who drove us to the old city of Bethlehem and set us us with a tour. Visited the Holocaust museum in Jerusalem in the afternoon - powerful. See ...
... were removed that the Palestinians would react with violence to the settlers. I thought that the spokesperson did his job well, but I’m not sure if I believe him when he says that he believes Jews and Muslims can co-existence in Hebron.
The next part of the tour involved hearing from a spokesman, Noam Arnon, from the Hebron Jewish community. He spent a few hours with us and spoke about the importance of Hebron to Jews. He gave us a ...
... free wifi, and Viv made friends with an American who edits an archaeological journal, who used to live in Israel and was giving her sister a tour.
So we now have a new friend who told us about some great archealogical program for kids Jake is going to look into and who was also heading over to the Kotel for the Sabbath.
Anyway, enough for now, time to leave the cafe and join what we are told is a pretty big party - old school style.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center