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.
... about the Bible stories we have been told since children and the fact that these were actual people doing real life things. We're still debating whether we really connected with the spiritual side amongst the hundreds of other people all squeezing into the churches and holy sites but after some time to digest it all we may feel differently. So far Israel has been a very interesting and educational place. We are looking forward to getting salty at the Dead Sea ...
Spent the afternoon in old city Jerusalem. 18 sh each way on the bus and didn't pay for the tram. Was really interesting to explore the 4 corners of the city. Armenian quarter was the smallest and didn't have much goin on except for a few churches. The same goes for the Christian quarter. The Muslim quarter started at Damascus gate and really took up more like ...
Arrived this morning at 7.30 Kieran and I had somehow worked out it would be pm not am. The flight from Brisbane to Bankok seemed very long even though it was an hour shorter than the next leg. People kept coming up to wait for the toilets and then hang around to chat while they exercised their legs it was very noisy we both agreed we would have been better off up the front. When we transferred to El Al Israel we first had to go through a security check to ensure we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking