Golden Walls Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... institutions in Palestine and that dialogue between Palestinians and Israelis is essential in achieving peace.
"On the Palestinian side, many institutions need to be strengthened to enable Palestinian society to participate in a real peace process that involves every sector of Palestinian society"
We then ended our evening by walking (Evette took a taxi) to Touro, a new restaurant near the Montefiore windmill for dinner. A lovely end to our ...
... it was a full month but was not able to due to needing to work at Blue Ridge Assembly. I now see that God ensured to get us out of there that day when the protest started so I would be able to see the other side of Israel while also not getting trapped in the country. Praise God for opening my eyes while also keeping me safe. I loved my time over there and have been praying for Israel ever since leaving for peace to occurs upon the country once again.
... So yes tons of photos to come. I got to enter a Roman Catholic church? but seemed to be the sight of Jesus burial or something (no guide so not really sure.) The art work inside though and the stations set up was really neat and heart touching.
All in all I have been enjoying myself her in Israel, more in the city sight seeing than volunteering but hopefully through time it will get better.
... what armies would have been where.
Written in the new testament is a story about how Jesus took some devils, put them into pigs, and then herded the pigs into the Sea of Gallile. At the point where that supposedly happened, some men built a church, long ago. Today, all that remains are some ruins with mosaics.
At the entrance area, you can see ...
... through the final couple hundred feet of the outdoor pedestrian shopping mall that spills out at a large staircase that leads up the base of Jaffa Gate. Not half way up the staircase I saw the first police barricade. We emerged on top, and the entire square in front of the gate had been set up with plastic chairs, each of which was filled with what must have been two or three hundred pilgrims. The police had surrounded those chairs, and all accesses to the ...