Jerusalem Panorama Hotel

P. O. Box 19768, Jerusalem, 97400, Israel | 2 star hotel
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Fellini Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint

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... pesky flies, buzzing around each cluster were two or three photographers documenting all occurrences. The cluster centered, of course, on the rather bewildered Bar Mitzvah boy himself, standing under a white cloth held up at its corners by four poles, carried by four acolytes. It looked for all the world like a chuppah, which is held over a couple during the Jewish marriage ceremony. But a chuppah for a Bar Mitzvah? Fellini Jerusalem.

And to ...

I suppress my tears to keep Yoni's expenses down

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint

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... been. When we emerged we were in the School of Public Policy, terra incognita for David. He asked for directions several times, we wound around, up and down, through the maze of Hebrew University, and finally found the elegant Maiersdorf Faculty Club.

Fortunately for us Israel is a vegetarian’s dream—since the laws of kashrut require that meat and milk not be served together, most restaurants in Israel are either meat or ...

We meet the Magnificant Macarovs

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint

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... of pita, hummus, vegetables, and stuffed grape leaves, David drove us back to his house, in the Nayot district, southwest of the Old City near the botanical gardens. Now a fairly built-up neighborhood, David said that when they and other pioneers cooperatively built the apartment block just over 50 years ago this was the only building around—it was an isolated outpost of white stone surrounded by rocks, scrub, and sand. And though not ...

The Holy Land - Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering

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... on it. The stone is called the 'Stone of Unchon' where the body of Jesus was cleansed. After this we went to the Citadel (Tower of David), we paid 36 sheckles for the museum but just ended up on the tower for the beautiful views over Jerusalem. We then visited the Western Wall (or Wailing Wall, but Jews do not like this term). There was a huge police presence here and we had to put our bags through metal detectors and walk past numerous guards. Women ...

The last long stretch

A travel blog entry by ennyv

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Shalom, while I sit in my lazy chair and listen to a classic concert I smile when I look back at the last 3 weeks.The days were very intensive and challenging but I loved every minute of them. No that is not true, I did not like the free massage that i got sitting in one of the LN cars that drove me around. But there is not a lot anybody can do about that. My body is, very fast, ...

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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the כפר השילוח‎ area of Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, Independence Hall Museum, White City, and Ilana Goor Residence and Museum.
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