Jerusalem Meridian Hotel

Address: 5 Ali Iben Abu Taleb, Jerusalem, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the גִּבְעַת רָם‎ area of Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, White City, Ilana Goor Residence and Museum, and Ben-Gurion House.
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      Travel Blogs from Jerusalem

      A Day to Remember

      A travel blog entry by labellevie on Oct 30, 2014

      6 photos

      ... the Day:

      “Thus saith the Lord: Keep ye justice, and do righteousness; for my
      salvation is near to come, and my favor to be revealed,” reads Isaiah
      56:1. In verse 5, we are told: “Even unto them will I give in my house
      and within my walls a monument and a memorial [yad vashem] better than
      sons and daughters; I will give them an everlasting memorial, that shall
      not be cut off.”


      Surveying the Shephelah, Part I

      A travel blog entry by josiah.chin on Oct 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... the massive manpower he must have had with him--the trench was 8m deep and about 5m wide.

      Further down the Elah Valley is Tell Azekah, which preserves the name Zechariah. No, we don't know which Zechariah, but I thought you might be interested in knowing. This and the site of Socoh are the two sites given in the 1 Samuel 17 account of the battle between David and Goliath as the locations of the Israelite and Philistine armies. We aren't ...

      Israel part 3: jerusalem

      A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Aug 06, 2014

      3 comments, 36 photos

      ... to touch their arms. There is a heavy police presence here though, I read that 20% of the entire border guard (easy to mistake them as soldiers since they're heavily armed) is permanently stationed in jerusalem. It's obvious that jerusalem is less crowded than usual, I found myself all alone at several sites here. A tour guide told me it hasn't been this slow in recent memory. But I've frankly never felt safer. The only moment where I was a bit cautious was on ...

      Our last day with Lior

      A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 13, 2014

      61 photos

      ... it is helping.

      Next stop, the Israel Museum. One of the main areas we focused on was the second Temple model. This 50:1 scale model, covering nearly one acre, evokes ancient Jerusalem at its peak, meticulously recreating its topography and architectural character in 66 CE, the year in which the Great Revolt against the Romans broke out, leading to the destruction of the Temple and the city in the year 70 CE.

      The model, a Jerusalem cultural landmark, ...

      Up on the Roof

      A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 09, 2014

      40 photos

      ... between Israeli and Palestinian civil society.

      The Intifada prompted a reassessment of the status quo and demonstrated the need to address the fundamental issue of how to bring about a peace process that would satisfy both the Palestinians legitimate right of self-determination and Israel's legitimate security concerns. The advert prompted over 50 phone calls and numerous meetings between Israelis and Palestinians, producing the ...