Jerusalem Panorama Hotel
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... for risks or doing anything so extreme as we are doing... like defying the dust! His good friend Yuval had told him that this is the worst dust storm 'in 75 years'
Anyway today we are to leave Jerusalem and head up to Tiberius, on the sea of Galilee.
Before we left we wanted to have a final look at Jerusalem, but there was no real point as the visibility is very bad. We took highway 90 and headed up to the Dead Sea but all the way it was ...
... staying right in the heart of Arab territory as we are sooooo close to everything (but a little too close when a massive explosion blew up, bits going everywhere... But more of that shortly, we first must get to the despicable act that left us 2 short). When I mean right in the heart of Arab territory, when we walk out of our motel... Our door opens right into an Arab alley way! How good is that... One step and we are right into the sights, sounds, smells and slops.
... was dreaming cos I can get the tour for 1000NIS. The tea was good and we departed friends with no sale.
I couldn't get into my room so I did a FREE walking tour. The tour was free for a reason. They advertised all their other tours and was a bit short on substance. I took some random photos and I will go back and show you the place later. In the meantime here are just some random snaps that you might or might not ...
From our landing this morning and ability to decompress at the beach, today was a fabulous day. Although we had to say goodbye to our good friend Paula who went with her family in Israel, this morning gave us the opportunity to cleanse ourselves of the sights, smells and emotions of Poland. Literally and figuratively, the Mediterranean served as our mikvah today.
We then arrived at our hostel, where will be staying for ...
... in the wall. Apparently written prayers are placed into the wall, and twice a year are collected and buried on the Mount of Olives. I'm not sure why, but I like that kind of tradition.
The Old City has refreshed my interest in Jerusalem. It's a beautiful place with a somewhat timeless quality. Tomorrow I plan to actually go see some of the tourist sites, if I can negotiate through the Holy Week crowds. So far I haven't noticed it too ...