Leonardo Suite Tel-Aviv Bat-Yam
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Today we toured the Old City in Jerusalem, where the
Christian sites were. We got to see the western wall (or wailing wall) and
walked through the stations of the cross (the path Jesus walked when he was
crucified). We also got to see the room where the last supper was held and went
to the Holy Church of the Sepulcher, a church that was built over the site where
Jesus was crucified. Again it is hard to describe how crazy this was. We were
such a big ...
... of the city ,on a North South axis .Parallel rows of columns supported a red ceramic tiled roof,lined with shops and vendors.Today it is one of the key attractions in the Jewish Quarter. •Walked to a view of the Broad Wall ,built by Hezekiah in preparation of Judah's rebellion against Assyria,Hezekiah refused to pay tribute to Sennacherib.The remains of this wall still stand upto ten feet tall and about 23 feet thick. •Lunch was at Jewish takeaway - a lady ...
... difficult to understand. All around the rim of the bluff are double walls which allowed them to easily make rooms for all sorts of purposes. There were dovecotes which provided them with a source of meat, storerooms, baths and even a swimming pool at the western palace. There are still sections of mosaics visible. In many ways it is similar to the ruins at Pompeii but these are about a hundred years older. The archeologists have restored some walls but have painted a ...
... to think about how the elderly could contribute to the young State.
A former school teacher named Myriam Mendilow was disturbed by this phenomenon in many ways. The sheer human suffering was of great concern to her, as well as the loss of self-respect suffered by the elderly. Ms. Mendilow was also upset by the negative way in which her students viewed the elderly: dependent on others, useless, irrelevant.
She decided to take matters into her own hands ...
... to Gaza and shoot them myself!" I believe him...lol. We parted with a hope for a settlement soon and peace for both side..."Insha'Allah" ....of course. Everyone has a story, especially in Israel. When I got to Photo Schwartz, the guy who I met with was originally from Toronto, but made Aliyah in 1987. His father had been in Mauthausen and liberated from a sub camp of Mauthausen, but he lost his grandparents and many other family members to the Shoah. We had a ...