Grand View Resort Petra
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... heroes, Max Levin, a 2011 graduate of New Community Jewish High School, and a member of the Special Forces unit in tzanchanim (paratroopers). He talked about his service to Israel and especially his experiences fighting in Gaza last summer in Operation Protective Edge. He also recounted for us the tragic events when his unit entered a booby-trapped house and he lost 4 of his comrades.
We then also had the honor of hearing from the parents of Michael Levin ...
... it's also one of the closest places to home we have visited, but I don't feel too bad about that, I'm pretty sure most people in the UK know about the same amount as me.
Jehad, the driver who picked us up from the airport yesterday, had suggested that we take a different route to Petra when we told him we wanted to go there. He said not go go via the highway, as whilst its quicker its boring. As he comes from Jordan his advice seemed ...
... of many a visitors trip to Jerusalem. It began with a short film ( in 3D ),during which I once again felt very unwell and nearly had Wayne take me back to the hotel. •Water still flows in the tunnel and initially it is above your knees, I had changed into shorts and thongs ,for most of the way it was only ankle deep. I was grateful to Cathy, she let me use her torch, which made navigating easier in the dark.The walls were narrow at some places but also at times very ...
Well what a great day! I really enjoyed Masada. There are really three different stories associated with this site - Herod, the Jewish revolt and the symbolism for modern Israelis. When the Romans appointed Herod the Great as client king in 40 BCE, he wasn't necessarily liked back home so he needed to establish himself in his kingdom. So he built a palace fortress at Masada. ( Herod was a great builder all over his kingdom building palaces and even a brand new city. It ...
... the King. David tomb, could be what they claim to be. All in all a very interesting complex. The Old City was extremely quiet; the Kotel was virtually empty: the entire Jewish Quarter was shut down for the Sabbath. The only place open was the Arab Market so I wandered a bit in there and fought off shop owners desperate to make a sale during the unusually dead tourist season. I guess a war is not good for tourism...hmm? I did get a few ...