Jericho Resort Village
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJericho Resort Village
After some 9 hotels in the past 4 weeks, I have to say that this is my favorite. Despite the fact that we do not have much water pressure, I like the attitude of the staff, the food is great and the garden like setting around the pool is pleasant to look at. I would recommend this hotel to my friends.
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... and Benjamin, and in this area it probably passes in between the hill and city rather than incorporating both into either tribe.
Emmaus-Nicapolis was our next stop. There wasn't much to walk around and see besides a sprawling valley before us and a para glider flying over us. However, it was the site of the oldest tradition—dating back to the Byzantine period—regarding the location of the Luke 24 Emmaus. However, the fact that ...
... being in Hebrew I still jumped for joy when they kissed and Roey broke the glass and everyone yelled Mazel Tov! knowing that they were now officially husband and wife! Cutest couple award and next disney fairy tale movie coming out next fall (watch for it!) - aka their videographer has a lot of editing to do before the first cut is made.
After many hugs as the whole attendance rushed under the huppah to give their congrats we then moved to our ...
... a couple of me but has cut my head off! Before we left Mike told us we were on the cusp of entering the Holy City. Fittingly he had a little service for us before we crossed the Kidron Valley. Next the bus dropped us at the Jaffa Gate and we walked to the Church of The Holy Sepulchre. This was originally the site of pagan temple built by Hadrian in 135 CE after the first Jewish revolt when Jerusalem was destroyed and then rebuilt as a ...
... We drove through town and were stricken by the poverty and disrepair. Kimal took us to see the ancient sycamore tree mentioned in the Bible where a short tax collector had to climb in order to see Jesus. Our destination was a small Catholic Church where we were to celebrate mass. There are very few Christians left in Jericho and the numbers have been depleting rapidly in the past few years. They gave us ...
... buried in 17 August 1949. A temporary stone marked his grave for several years until the site was developed into a national cemetery. Sixty-three entries were submitted in the competition for the design of his new tombstone. The winner was Joseph Klarwein's design, consisting of an unadorned black granite stone inscribed with the name Herzl. The ...
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