Harmony Hotel Jerusalem - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarmony Hotel Jerusalem - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
Fabulous location in a restaurant & shopping area with cute alleyways. Decor is fabulous & follows a similar style throughout. Breakfast had a great selection. friendly staff.
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... first. Not much is left of the middle level, but the pillars and frescoes on the lowest level were magnificent! I can only imagine what it must have felt like to uncover those vibrant colours after 1900 years! Sadly, I was on a deadline so missed the museum again. I had to have the car back in Jerusalem by 1:00 as it was Friday and everything, and I do mean EVERY thing closes early. The drive back through the Judean Desert was uneventful except for ...
... our Guide named Daniela Cohen (a Jewish lady originally from Rio Dejenero). Cost USD$280 - worth every cent!
She gave us a quick lesson in the Old testament as a background to our visit. The Torah is the written word for the Jewish faith - first written on leather skin by Moses. The first Jewish temple was built by King Solomon (I think it housed the Ark of the Covenant which contained the original tablets with the 10 commandments). This temple was destroyed. A ...
... served, if they had lost anyone, and what yom hazikaron means to them. I found a woman who had served and lost her friend in war and uses today to honor her memory and the memory of other soldiers that friends of her had lost. After we left we went back to the hostel to have our own ceremony. All of us had to dress in white tops and gather in the hostel's outdoor auditorium. We heard stories of soldiers who had ...
... where Jesus healed a blind man).
Then on to a street lunch inside the Jaffe gate of a date filled bread and minted lemonade. This was very enjoyable and we headed off to the 'Tower of David' I.e the museum of the history of Jerusalem. This gave us the history of Jerusalem from Canaanite times until the present day. It was really well planned out in what was Herod's palace at the time of Jesus. ...