Jerusalem Meridian Hotel
Travel Blogs from Jerusalem
... sandstone. Some old building facades were used in the new mall’s construction. These old facades still show signs of the meticulous numbering system that allowed builders to dismantle, move, and reassemble the entire structure, placing each stone back in its original location.
We were told that it is very difficult for developers to successfully complete new civil projects because often in the process of excavation ...
... daughters room was an array of toys... My little pony and real-life replicas of army tanks and other artillery. No joke. He laughed and told us about how much he loves playing war with his 4- year old. After clearing the bed, he pulled out an air mattress from the closet and a gas mask fell out. You never know when you might need one. Right? **** this night was getting strange. You also have to ...
... as we said goodbye. His breath smelled of alcohol. It was 10.30 in the morning.
We rambled around the walls of the old city, built by Suleiman I, sultan of the Ottoman Empire, in about 1535. In places the wall appeared very sturdy, almost freshly built; in other places it was old and crumbling. We walked into the Old City through the Zion Gate and made our way to the Tower of David, one of the most striking landmarks in the Old City. ...
... be a democratic or Jewish state. So, the government of Israel encouraged the people in Tekoa to live there, but now is pressured to make them leave their homes. The settlers take the best land and thus leaving many Palestinians no way to make money and that is why the Palestinians work on building homes. So the ironic thing is that the Palestinians are building the homes that are preventing their state from being established. ...
... last day in Israel arrived and we decided to visit the Holocaust Museum, which required us to catch the tram. We got tickets and got on easily enough, I was in a world of my own (as usual) when Judith who was separated from me by the crowd called "Leigh, what's happening?" and indicated to something I couldn't see. She pushed through the crowd and I realised it was an elderly man collapsed on a seat - "I'm a Paramedic. Can I help?" she asked, and I began to move through to join ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center