The 7 Arches Hotel
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... which itself has a few lamps, and then you go into a tiny, low room with a stone slab, ostensibly where Jesus was buried and from which He rose. I actually found the experience quite moving. For me it prompted reflection on the sacredness of death and hope and their challenges and interrelatedness. But that is all much more abstract than the experience of being in a tiny, dimly lit room in this ...
... pea madras curry. 5th course was watermelon, nutty seedy almond bread, mini chocolate-coffee biscuits and flavoured cookies. There was plenty of grape juice, wine, and soft drinks to help ourselves too. No photos were allowed. During the evening he asked if we could all give a little talk about ourselves and something special we have experienced. Each in our group gave a stunning outline which was quite fun, but Jude and Megs were the quickest :)
... It's right in the middle of this bustling area. Up the steep steps... And we were in blissful quite cleanliness. We were warmly welcomed and let to the rooftop where we dutifully praised them from the lovely balcony and view of the golden mosque, that was only a few hundred metres away.
We were warned that first prayers were in the morning at 4.30am.... Great no sleeping in here.
That's all for today. Enjoy your sleep :)
*auto correct.... 'steers' driver Dave steers not swears
... and deposited on the shores of this inland salt sea. Layer upon layer of fine silt deposits have evolved over thousands of years to form a rich Dead Sea mud containing particularly high levels of magnesium, calcium, potassium, strontium (??), boron and iron. The resulting mineral-rich Dead Sea mud is a natural raw material that can be used by the body as a source of essential minerals for all its basic needs.
Every few metres along the shore line, are large ...
I was at a loose end so I decided to do a rampart walk. You can walk around the top of the wall from Jaffa gate to Damascus gate. Well I timed it so I would be done by 3 to miss the march at 4.
Today is Jerusalem day and the Palestinians plan to march through the city at 4. The Israeli's are not going to let that happen. So when I get to the gate the Israeli's are dancing and singing and blocking the way through. There is a line of ...