Golden Walls Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... altar there is a very large rock formation. Mensa Christi means Table of Christ. Lots of symbolism here with the rock being a great spot to have a feed of fish after cooking them on the beach and of course Peter was the rock on which the church was to be built. Next stop was Capernaum where there is a lovely modern church from the 1990s built in an octagonal shape with glass windows on all sides offering wonderful views. The centre of the church is a railed off glassed area ...
... the Protestants didn't want to share a site with the Catholics. However, it is one of the two most important Protestant sites in Jerusalem—the other being Christ Church. Our tour guide was Boyd Huff, and he explained some of the background of the Garden Tomb. It is a charitable, non-profit, non-denominational organization headed up by a Board of Directors that is based in London, England. Knowing the information about their support base explained the ...
... once again leaving Yad Vashem....probably never to return to this wonderful place that so changed my life. Back at the hotel for one final gathering of the Canuks and friends on the terrace. After a stressful day, the wine flowed freely, we ate the most incredible hummus and salads and laughed as only emotionally and physically exhausted people can laugh. Now that the conference is over, the next phase of my journey can begin. Ciao for ...
... Yad Vashem safeguards the memory of the past and imparts its meaning for future generations. Established in 1953, as the world center for documentation, research, education and commemoration of the Holocaust, Yad Vashem is today a dynamic and vital place of intergenerational and international encounter.
For over half a century, Yad ...
... as they left. The Israelis therefore had to remove the rubble which revealed many artifacts from early eras – we saw a section of a wall that was over 2,300 years old.
We then walked and prayed the Stations of the Cross – again, highly unlikely that it was the exact path. It now runs through the Arab section of town – right through the open market! We listened to our classmates read the passage pertaining to the ...