Hafetz Hayim

Kibbutz Hafetz Hayim, Hafetz Hayim, Israel | Hotel
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    Camels, Ben Gurion Grave, & Jerusalem Rockets

    A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 12, 2014

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... bus driver went home for Shabbat) and got cleaned up for our Shabbat services. We then walked out to a park nearby the hotel and did some reflecting and Shabbat prayers as we watched the sun go down. The Jerusalem buildings and houses are all layered in the same local limestone (by city ordinance), so the hillside consistently glows the same gold hue during sunset. Today is Shabbat, and we are resting at the hotel (very thankful for that), and later we'll walk ...

    Day 10

    A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 19, 2014

    ... and Islamic/Crusader pottery; I recognized a few pieces from Grid 44 from last year. And well, that's it. See ya tomorrow.
    P.S. We're making the news of Biblical Archaeology Society:
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    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by camosami on Jun 09, 2014

    ... the city of Ashkelon from 3000 BC to 604 BC by Dr. Master. In Grid 51 we are working in the early Persian Period of Ashkelon, this would be about the 5th century BC (circa 550 BC). This would be after Nebuchadnezzar's destruction of the city, about the time the Phoenicians took over. I expect most of the artifacts we will soon be finding will be distinctively Phoenician since this strata dates ...

    Israel, Palestine & Jordan

    A travel blog entry by alim58 on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... was the tomb- same scenario in Bethlehem when visiting the Church of Nativity and the Birth Grotto down several steps under the church. This church was completed in 339AD and accepted as the oldest church continuously operating Christian church in the world. To get into Bethlehem we had to pass through the Palestine border, security guards with large auto machine guns wandered down the aisle of the bus looking left and right before flagging us through ...

    Day 5. Jerusalem the Old city

    A travel blog entry by luongdd on Dec 30, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... security cameras on the road. The Old city roads are made of stones. We entered the Holy Sepulcher at the main entrance. There is a bib alb of orange stone on the floor, people said this is where they prepared the body of Jesus for burial, I prank touch the stone. we then follow a tour group to. Go upstairs, the guide explains this is the place where they nail Jesus, the next church belongs to the Orthodox and where Jesus was crucified and died. people wait in line to go in and ...