Jerusalem Meridian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... spiritual place. We the stopped at a small restaurant in the Old City for lunch. After lunch we made our way back to the end of the Via Dolorosa to experience the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The site is venerated as Calvary where Jesus was crucified, and is said also to contain the place where Jesus was buried. The Church has been an important Christian destination because it also is the site of the resurrection of Jesus. We entered this solemn Church and ...
... Canaanites, Israelites, Assyrians, Babylonians, Philistines, Greeks and Egyptians to name a few, so it is entirely understandable that the site of the final battle is placed there. Today, however, all was peaceful except for the sound of F-16s taking off on their way south to Gaza. The highlight for me, though was to have the chance to visit Tel Meggido, one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. I almost drove by without stopping, but then I realized that I would ...
... were at that time and several are thought to have been there at the time of Christ. Pope Francis, on his recent visit, planted a new tree there. On this site is a very different style of church. The Church of All Nations has a very dark, somber interior and features dark purple stained glass windows, creating an atmosphere of mourning and sorrow. In the middle is believed to be the rock that Jesus prayed over prior to his ...
... dig, we met in our track programs to discuss the Jewish value of feeding the hungry and learn about photographing colors from the roof of our hotel.
At night, we went back to the Old City to enjoy the Jerusalem Light Festival - the ancient city was covered with beautiful displays, and we all enjoyed seeing the Old City in a new "light".
On Friday, we started the day early and made our ...
... of how big the cotton balls in the sky really are.
Tel Aviv airport gave me no issue what so ever (Thank You!) and was able to exit and hit the taxi at the right time. The hotel is great, and the people are extremely friendly and welcoming, which is great given how much trouble it was to get over here. Jodi offered to bring us to her house for a shabbat dinner which we could not deny. The dinner was fantastic and it ...