Jerusalem Arcadia Hotel
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After communion and another little bit of time to walk the grounds, we boarded the bus once more for our last stop of the day, "Peter En Galicantu", or Peter Cock Crowed... also the location of the house of Caiaphas, the high priest of Jesus time. There is a truly amazing vista of the old city and the surrounding areas of Jerusalem from here (Pic 22 is a Palestinian neighborhood near the ...
... that it has effected my shirts... I've found they are a lot tighter due to being up here in the northern hemisphere. Perhaps I should swap some of mine with Steve when he's not looking.
Well..... tomorrow! Sometimes I wonder if we do cross that line too often. I'm with a group of guys who really live on the edge! Daring Dave, Adventurous Andy, and Steve. Tomorrow we head off into the unknown, with the unknown.... The four of us have hitched up with ...
... 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 ...
... a fascinating discussion with Rabbi Bill Berk about the Jewish values behind social justice, and how they connect to what we are doing on this trip, as well as this week's Torah portion.
After a festive Shabbat lunch, we took a few hours to rest and relax, and enjoy the company of our group. We then took a walking tour of the area near our hotel, learning about the rich history that has taken place just steps from where we have been staying. We ...
... faces. There was some discussion over whether the staves went through the length or breath of the Ark.
In the final room we watched a video on the development of the individual items and the creation of the pure gold 1/2 tonne lampstand which is in a glass case at the top of the Western wall.
We had time then to look at the gift shop before moving to the view of the mount of Olives from above the Western Wall next to the lampstand.