Jacir Palace Hotel Bethlehem
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... but it's also powerful and historical and important.
Rabbi Molly spoke with us afterward about the concept of a relationship with this holy place. I think this awkward first "date" at the Wall lays the groundwork for future visits when I will be prepared for the experience- and it is truly an experience for all your senses.
So next time I can get right down to the business of finding my own peace. ...
... and also visited the Church of Dominus Flevit, one of my favorite churches. It overlooked Jerusalem on the Mount of Olives, was small and cozy, and had great acoustics. From there we booked it to the light rial to see the Holocaust museum before closing. Upon arrival 30 minutes later, we were told that even though their sign and website say closing is at 5, they don't let anyone enter past 4, almost ...
... and Temple Mount, go to: http://youtu.be/g3z1EMgJ6Zw
We topped the evening with a fantastic light show depicting the history of Jerusalem throughout the ages with moving images of lights and music. The show took place within the Tower of David and the images were projected against the inner walls of the crusader fortress. It really brought the history we experienced throughout the day to life.