Jerusalem Gardens Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... trips we have had lately. The weather was nicely breezy and overcast, and the sites we visited were very interactive. Exploring the caves at Mareshath-Gath was a blast; in fact, we were in caves or underground chambers for much of the day so it was nice and cool for the majority of the time. The impromptu Bell Cave Concert we held was also quite the moment. Behind us a crowd of visitors to the cave gathered to watch and then applauded afterward.
... next day to hear them chant Tomb of King David: was beautiful hearing Orthodox Jews sing from the book of psalm. Never seen this much bowing and singing at the same time Coenaculum - Last supper room: underwhelming Hagia Maria sion abbey: peaceful though eerie Church of the redeemer: archeological tour was cool, climbed bell tower which was full of bird poop Church of the holy sepulchre: fascinating. It's where Jesus was supposedly crucified, died, anointed and ...
... quarter. The Ottoman authorities attempted to halt European influence and established rules for buying land in the area, but personal interventions from the heads of those countries, including Wilhelm II of Germany and Franz Joseph of Austria, led to construction of some ...
... God doesn't need the Koraban, God wants to get close. The word for unclean is not a good translation, as it has to do with life. Women are closer and more filled with life, and when they lose life (blood) they become pure again with water. Men become impure too, and need to made more pure more often due to thoughts and behaviors, as they are not giving and losing life (blood). Being a woman is a privilege, not a disadvantage. The linage goes through the women in ...
... water and peach iced tea, we packed up our bags and walked a mile and half to Tel Aviv’s Central Bus Station, which is the largest, strangest, most
rambling and confused buildings in which I’ve ever gotten lost. The ground level, which is somehow the 3rd floor, is mysteriously a market with acres of vendor booths. Intercity buses leave from the 6th and 7th floors… (A little research indicates that it opened in 1993, ...