Golden Walls Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Still no Sue and Phil in the group today- the only ones missing. According to Phil they are going to the Medical Centre so hopefully they will be feeling better next time I get a report from them. That's now three days for Phil and two for Sue. I don't believe they will be fit enough to tackle tomorrow either as there is no bus involved. Most others only missed a day. We started at the top of the Mount of Olives at Pater Noster. Inside the church and around the courtyard are mosaics ...
... and Jerusalem's most recognized landmark. The significance of this site stems from religious traditions regarding the Foundation Stone, or the rock. This site has a religious impact on the Jews, Christians and Muslims, but only Muslims are allowed inside and Jews are not allowed on the Temple Mount itself. This is why the Jews find the Western Wall to be the most religious place they can pray as it touches the Western side of the Temple Mount. ...
... instructed to pray for Christ's Second Coming as per Rev. 22:20, which will incidentally bring peace to Jerusalem. It was a Psalm of Ascents for pilgrims heading to Jerusalem—just like us!
Moses let us off the bus just outside Jaffa gate, which was the primary entrance to Jerusalem. We walked through the gate to Petra Hostel where we climbed Jacob's ladder and finally arrived on the roof. Benj gave us ...
... was magnificent! There were originally 4 towers each named for one of Herod's brothers but only this one survives. I rested for awhile under an olive tree and tried to get my head around the significance of where I was sitting. I do not know why the far distant past has such a hold on me; I only know that by times I feel that is speaking to me. As I made my way through the Armenian Quarter I was beset upon by an obnoxious old Jewish man who was determined that ...
... his tomb has been expanded into the plaza where the first Independence Day ceremony was held in 1950.
Despite Herzl's wishes, his daughter Pauline and son Hans were not originally buried beside him. Their remains were moved to Mt. Herzl in 2006. A third daughter was murdered in the Holocaust and her place of burial is ...