Holy Land Hotel

6 Rashid St, Jerusalem, Israel | 3 star hotel
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The Send-Off

A travel blog entry by travelingtiara

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... some sort of life altering epiphany, rather the idea was to greet the world with open arms and see what it has to offer. Experience new cultures, meet a variety of individuals, view spectacular scenery intertwined with adventure, and through it all come to better know myself. With this greater understanding of my needs and desires, I hope to make insightful decisions regarding the next stage of my life. ...

I suppress my tears to keep Yoni's expenses down

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint

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... a minority elected to go back. Why should they want to return, asked our David, to what for them was a foreign, dangerous, and uncultured land? After all, they were now third-generation assimilated Babylonians. What allegiance did they really have to their God-given ancestral home? I, and I think most of the tourists, were thinking, of course they should return! They were Jews and this was their homeland. Then, with understatement, David said ...

In the Name of God

A travel blog entry by rvenezia

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... a peace deal with Hamas in 2008 that the Israeli government refused to listen to. I had the opportunity to hear his widow speak at the Rabin Memorial Rally and she was incredible, carrying on her husband’s legacy of peace. The settler movement is complicated, and I would encourage everyone to talk to the settlers, but also see the Palestinians as well to understand how the settlements imped their living and are an impudent to peace. ...

Hava Nagila

A travel blog entry by leighge

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... escorted off the tram and we heard a ambulance arriving as the tram left. Our handbags were returned to us safely and we continued on our way.
The Museum was emotional and amazing. It's not a happy time in history and it was done very well, but after a point you just can't keep reading about these awful things without wanting to cry. I tried to take in as much as I could but it was easier to read bits and pieces from each area rather than read it all - and at the end you ...

A very hot and tiring day

A travel blog entry by salmorton01

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... for more churches as every important site that relates to Jesus has a church. Here we visited another Greek Orthodox Church containing a well where they believe the annunciation took place. Just down the road we then went to a Catholic Church situated on the site of the cave where Mary's family is believed to have lived and where Christians believe the annunciation took place. It is the largest Catholic church in the middle east and has been built over ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the גִּבְעַת רָם‎ area of Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, White City, Ilana Goor Residence and Museum, and Azrieli Observatory.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good