Jerusalem Meridian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a bit - seismic activity maybe. Anyway that's where we now had our picnic, looking down on the lake. The main building material over the ages has been basalt. As a result the towns look completely different from the white places we've seen so far. This was noticeable again at the ruins of an ancient church that we found a little further round the lake at Kursi. Once again the site is no longer inhabited. From there we retraced our steps to our accommodation for the next ...
Today my watch alarm woke me up right on time. Then I went right back to sleep. I did get up in time to pack a quick lunch with, among other things, the dietary restrictions of two slices of meat and one slice of cheese in the salty sandwich. Grabbing a quick breakfast , IBEX slung on our backpacks and marched out.
After the ride into the city, this time the Zion gate, we unloaded and headed for the Ariel. Jerusalem made its mark in history as it ...
... my roommate in Arad) - departed the group. He was called up by the military as part of the reservist draft, and he had to report back immediately. He's 27 and finished his 3 years of military service years ago, but reserve service is also mandatory in Israel. We asked him what's going to happen with his studies, and he said all of that gets put on hold when in war. Our guide Zack, an American-Israeli citizen, also got called in for service. He was facing the ...
... architect Haim Giladi designed the gardens in Mount Herzl.
In 1903, Theodor Herzl wrote in his will:
I wish to be buried in a metal coffin next to my father, and to remain there until the Jewish people will transfer my remains to Eretz Israel. The coffins of my father, my sister Pauline, and of my close relatives who will have ...
... enjoyed a short snack with singing at the hotel. We then journeyed to the Kotel to experience the beginning of Shabbat with hundreds of Israelis and Jews from around the world. We sang and danced to welcome Shabbat. After a nice evening stroll back to the hotel, we enjoyed a festive Shabbat dinner.
It has been an exciting few days in Israel, and we all enter Shabbat looking forward to the weeks ahead!