Jerusalem Meridian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After researching further online, I found that there was an English language Mass at Notre Dame at 9:00 so I determined to attend. I had a hazy idea about it being near the New Gate and so it proved to be. As I walked down Nablus Road I noticed that all the cars that had been there the day before were gone but the rubbish was still there. Mass was celebrated by an Italian priest so he repeated his homily in Italian and did the same for few other bits and ...
... or request for guidance into the crevice of the Wall while I was there, and then had to walk backwards away from the wall never turning my back to its holiness. I did not com prepared with a piece of paper, but in all honesty even if I had I am not sure I would have been able to find a space to squeeze it as so many before me had claimed the main sacred cracks that are said to be crevices leading to the Temple Mount and even more holy than the Wall ...
After the overlook, we made a bee-line to Christ Church where Edon took over for Benj and gave us a guided tour of the church and nearby museum. The church was founded by Jews from London. It was also roofed by them, since they had to pre-fabricate the English Oak ceiling and ship it over. The footprint of the building was also intriguing since it was shaped like a cross to distinguish it from ...
... clambered back over the gate and went on my way. Mission accomplished! My next plan of action was to get a cab to take me half way up the Mt. of Olives to the Church of Dominus Flavit and then walk down. I got the cab, but then another cab pulled up, the 2drivers started yelling at each other in whatever ln whatever language; I was not sure what it was! The other cab driver yanked my door open, but I was not getting out! My cab finally took off but he turned away ...
... Kabbalat Shabbat services. Shira Hadasha is a feminist Orthodox community, egalitarian with a mechitza (separate seating for men & women). They are a community of observant men and women in Jerusalem, who have been drawn together by a shared desire to create a synagogue where they can increase participation of congregants, and particularly ...