Jerusalem Meridian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... incorporation of religious elements surprised me, but then again this country has specialist religious courts. This is a place where faith and law are still rather intermingled. After that I finally entered the Old City. It was like entering another world. Modern Jerusalem is very much a modern city. The Old City is more like those countries I've just visited, though cleaner and sharper. I got lost wandering the endless, closed in ...
Our first visit on Sunday was with our guide, Maayan Leshem, referred through friends. Lifelong Israeli, son of two Americans who had made aliyah, what a warm & thoughtful soul! The day with him was one long conversation about Israel, history, Judaism, Islam, most of all about people. This is his job & he has a great deep pool of knowledge, but it never felt like we were getting a canned or rehearsed presentation. We were ...
... I would invariably bump into something every 5 minutes.
Even now writing I'm struggling to find a way to articulate and summarise my time here in an orderly fashion. I will start with what I did and saw and then where I stayed and who I met. Jerusalem is divided into New City and Old City and within these there are several more sections. Attaching the New City and the Old City there was the main 'highstreet' of Jaffa Road with a tram and a ...
... found in 1929 by archeologists from Poland. We saw a video about
the making of the mosaic floor that had a very interesting back story.
We then headed to lunch (another meal) and headed on the bus for another
2 ½ hours on the bus to Jerusalem. Looking forward to seeing the great
city and all it has to ...
... We were more than happy to take advantage of the offer to hitchhike with a Jordanian!
Throughout the day, Tareq proved to be quite the gentelmen. His company was engaging, and when he dropped us off at the bus station, he even offered to give David the sweater he was wearing since David was a little chilled when we stepped out into the wind while still wet.
Since we had left earlier than when the bus would have brought us back to Amman, ...