Knights Palace

Address: Freres Street, Jerusalem, 14152, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Freres Street, Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, Independence Hall Museum, White City, and Ilana Goor Residence and Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Jerusalem

    Day Two Steven

    A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 14, 2015

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    ... feelings about Israel as a destination for me, a Jew. When you say, I’m going to Israel, the first question you’re asked is, is this your first time? There’s an unspoken and often unexamined attitude that a trip to Israel is like a haj to Mecca for Jews. And I was having trouble with that – was Israel going to feel like my homeland, my identity, my spiritual wellspring? I wouldn’t have thought so, that’s not who I am and that’s not ...

    Sights around Jerusalem

    A travel blog entry by 2brokegirls on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... the New Temple Institute, The Burnt House and walked along the Via Dalarosa as well as the Baths of Salome. We sang in the church there as a group...beautiful acoustics. We also went into Christchurch to see where Renita worked and lived. Hope you enjoy the photos Renita? Don't know if it's changed much from when you were here. We got all the way up to where your room was but were locked out at the top ...

    Talking to a Wall: the Kotel and the Temple Mount

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Feb 12, 2015

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    ... 8220;Moroccan Quarter”, and created a great plaza before this holiest place. I remember first visiting the Kotel in 1976, when construction was still much in evidence all around the area. You entered through a very dusty Dung Gate, maneuvering around trucks and workers to reach the Western Wall itself. The plaza itself is now much more impressive-looking, and the surrounding area is much more built up. The Kotel itself, and the great golden Dome of the Rock above ...


    A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 11, 2015

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    ... and photos of when Britain wrested power from the Turks.
    We left again on our journey ultimately to Jerusalem, but stopping to catch some more memories of the First World War, and the battle for Beer Sheba. Our long day of dust and fog was beginning to get dark as we approached Beer Sheba. Sim bounced the car up a hill on the outskirts of Beer Sheba and we tried to imagine the course of the battle. Many Australian men were part of the British forces ...

    The Land of Milk and Honey

    A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Feb 08, 2015

    ... through the Ultra-Orthodox neighbourhood: they have been known to throw stones at people that don't fit their criteria. I did not dare taking out my camera and the moment I bumped into a lady as they left a shop I thought I was done for. It's not an unsafe area as such as is near the centre of West Jerusalem but it's somewhere not to stick around in with a bright blue and yellow bag and white trousers among a sea of black coats and ...