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.
... and events in the early years BC. The downside was how strict and stark a lot of the churches felt. Many called for "silence" or felt unwelcoming or were putting excessive emphasis on things rather than God. "The rock where Jesus likely fell carrying his cross" or "The birthplace of Mary" had swarms of people gathered to touch and lay souvenirs and scarves on them, to soak up some holiness. At the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where many think ...
... This is what I believe in. This is me!
I browsed websites and contacted a few colleges and finally found the one that could give me what I was looking for. I started my studies the end of January 2014 and worked day and night, put in long hours to complete this certificate as quickly as I could but also as best as I could. I did this in a few weeks and by the end of February, I had completed two course, "Teaching English as a Second Language" ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center