Holy Land Hotel

Address: 6 Rashid St, Jerusalem, Israel | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the גִּבְעַת רָם‎ area of Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, White City, Ilana Goor Residence and Museum, and Ben-Gurion House.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Jerusalem

      A Tale of Two Cities

      A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 02, 2015

      4 photos

      ... segregated, which I understand is still observed in the more orthodox places of worship. I wasn't sure about approaching the wall myself, being a non-religious person. It seemed somehow improper. Eventually I grabbed one of the yamaka on offer, put it on my head and walked forward. I touched the wall. It truly does feel like touching something sacred, and something that must be respected. I didn't stay too long, but was curious about ...

      Tours of the Old City Steven

      A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 17, 2015

      12 photos

      ... religions. The constant push of traffic, visitors, pilgrims, buyers, sellers. Narrow alleys and wide arches. We visited the three possible quarters – Jewish, Christian, Muslim – the Armenian is closed to the public. We saw the excavated wall built for Hezekiah, the last Hebrew King in Jerusalem. We saw the Roman main road & plaza. We saw a lot that moved us, touched us, impressed us in various ways. We saw a lot of cheap junk for ...

      Dr Stangelove: How I Learned to Love The Psalm

      A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Feb 16, 2015

      ... As a result I could not think of a more suitable place to show, first hand, a tangible aspect of history 'in the field'. Everyone keeps asking me why I decided to travel in the Middle East despite what I hear on the news or all the scare stories around me, but that's exactly why I have come here. I am not going for some sort of thrill or because I'm trying to be alternative, I'm going because I know there is more than just turmoil and strife ...

      A Day to Remember

      A travel blog entry by labellevie on Oct 30, 2014

      6 photos

      ... for quite some time. To be here and finally see it, was far more than anything I could have anticipated. I could have spent at least an entire day here. I did not see it all and know that when I come back to Israel (because I've already decided it is a must) I will go back to Yad Vashem. As a phrase, "yad vashem" refers to an "enduring memorial" and literally it translates to "hand and name".

      Beni and I listened to the audioguides ...

      Eretz eretz eretz - Part 1

      A travel blog entry by sharonzisin on Oct 30, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      It has taken me a long time to approach this aspect of my trip for a variety of reasons. I almost don't know where to start, so I guess I'll try and do this chronologically- and if I wander off the track occasionally- forgive me. I landed in Israel on 16/9 at 5.30 am and had to meet someone to pick up keys around 8am, so after coffee and a train ride I ended up on a bench outside a little newspaper shack. The frum gentleman running the 'pundak' engaged me in ...