Holy Land Hotel
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... character, who in his own car is taking us right into the area of Jericho. It will be an experience not to miss.... just like the 2 spies, we intend to slip into the city of Jericho and check it out. This of course is totally out of bounds to normal tourists.... But we have a 'mate' called 'Wally' who is prepared to risk all in this daring attempt.
I just hope the newspapers the following day, the headlines don't read 'where's Wally'.
Good night to you all, and God bless.
... What a sham. Then we passed little old woman who was sobbing uncontrollably and bowing before some altar... We were glad to get the out of there and leave all that rubbish behind.
We also went to the church of the holy Redeemer, the only reason was to go up the stairs up to a Hightower which gives 360° viewpoint of Jerusalem, this cost us 15 shekels and the ascent up the tower was rather scary. It had skinny stairs that went round and round... Leaving ...
The rest of the day was spent at the Holocaust Museum. This is never an
easy visit. The continual evil dictates of a human heart were in full
force during this time period. We walked through the museum in silence
absorbing the horrors and in some cases the triumphs of courageous
individuals saving one to many Jews. My heart was sickened with the ...
... was dreaming cos I can get the tour for 1000NIS. The tea was good and we departed friends with no sale.
I couldn't get into my room so I did a FREE walking tour. The tour was free for a reason. They advertised all their other tours and was a bit short on substance. I took some random photos and I will go back and show you the place later. In the meantime here are just some random snaps that you might or might not ...
... will probably slap me for giving the following crass explanation, but it's one of the few places where the water is heavier than you are. Few things are more relaxing than floating about, gazing at the cliffs and sky above. Floating is also a good way to avoid walking on all the salt built up on the ground, which is rather sharp and unpleasant. I can now say I've swam in the Nile and the Dead Sea. I'm pretty happy ...