Knights Palace

Freres Street, Jerusalem, 14152, Israel | Hotel
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I suppress my tears to keep Yoni's expenses down

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint

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... during the War of Independence in 1948 Jordan took over Mt Scopus and the rest of East Jerusalem, so the campus was isolated and neglected. It wasn’t until the 1967 war when Jerusalem was reunified that the site was rehabilitated and expanded. It’s now a large, vibrant campus with incredible views of the city.

The huge underground car park was unusually crowded, so David had to find a place in a part of it ...

We meet the Magnificant Macarovs

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint

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... idea was that poor Jews could forgo charity by grinding their own flour. It never worked out, but the windmill remains a dominant landmark.

We waited near Montefiore’s windmill to meet up with David and Frieda Macarov. David and Frieda were close friends of my parents in Pittsburgh before I was born—I’ve known them all my life. David was the first professor of Social Work at Hebrew University and has had a long career of ...

The Holy Land - Jerusalem

A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering

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... green light was shining through the curtains) we saw a domed roof, high tower, loud speakers - noooo! We were metres away from a mosque which would be blaring out a call to prayer at 5am every morning, the ear plugs were very handy for this leg of the trip!

Our hotel 'Mount of Olives' is right at the top of a very steep hill, but the reward is a fantastic view over the town of Jerusalem. As far as the eye can see lay sprawled pale sand ...

Hava Nagila

A travel blog entry by leighge

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... country I have visited on this trip and previous ones. "When did you go to Indonesia?" "Why were you there?" ; and then a thorough investigation of all my bags (checked and carry on) before I was allowed to leave the country. I'm glad they told me to get there 3 hours early as it was needed!
Israel was amazing. I could have spent more time just about everywhere, I feel like I barely got to scratch the surface of it's history, politics and culture. Definitely on the list of places I want to go back ...

The March of Modern Orthodoxy Across Time

A travel blog entry by alleifer

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... and drags them off the truck. It was that German soldier that he had saved 20 years earlier.

David’s family makes it to NY where his mother grows up and marries a Orthodox rabbi who goes onto lead Tulsa’s Conservative congregation from 1949 to 1985.

Efrat has been David’s and Nicci’s home for twenty years and where they brought up their kids who all serve (or will serve) in the IDF. Adiel, their 20 year old son, was invited ...

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Location

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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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent