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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    Crossing the Jordan

    A travel blog entry by tishnandrew on Apr 01, 2015

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    ... 4 stations of the cross inside the Church where Jesus was nailed to the cross, where he died on the cross, where his body was prepared for burial and where he was placed in the tomb. The Church was buzzing with visitors and very different to the experience we expected. We figured that the reason for this is that Good Friday is less than 36 hours away. It was certainly moving placing our hands over the spot where the cross was placed 2,016 years ago to the day in less than 2 ...

    Tours of the Old City Steven

    A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 17, 2015

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    ... experience now.

    Took the City of David tour. Like the Western Wall plaza, this excavation depended on clearing out Palestinian homes after the unification of Jerusalem in 1967. So no matter how much I learned, I couldn’t help also feeling sadness, regret, anger, over the needless hatred that lives in this divided land. I can’t idolize land the way I think Zionism tends to. But the tour was fascinating, walking at the ...

    Dr Stangelove: How I Learned to Love The Psalm

    A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Feb 16, 2015

    ... kind of representative of the west, or even turn into a self proclaimed 'orientalist' but I feel there is a clear distinction between being anti-Israeli and pro-Palestinian where the emphasis is not on lambasting Israel for being the heart of the problem but more on policy that acts as a road block to a two-state solution, which, Insha'Allah, will lead to a longer lasting peace. Many (but not all) of those I have met and had the opportunity to discuss ...

    Dinner and coffee!

    A travel blog entry by scottcsadler29 on Jan 10, 2015

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    Dinner was awesome! We went to Cafe Rimon on Ben Yehuda street and had the best dairy food I think I have had in a while. Mom, Dad, Bari and her friend Daniella, and I all sat down for a nice dairy meal...right by the damn door...everything else was perfect, except for that! Every five seconds someone was coming in or going out of the restaurant, we would get this chilling drift of cold air that just never seemed to go ...

    A Day to Remember

    A travel blog entry by labellevie on Oct 30, 2014

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    ... It was sobering. The part that got me was a large 3-D model that showed the process of the people in the gas chambers in Auschwitz. Tears came out of nowhere.

    At the end of the exhibit you are led into the Hall of Names and within moments it felt like a weight was dropped on my chest. I can't even describe it; seeing the pictures in the dome, the volumes upon volumes of bios that fill the walls, floor to ceiling of three stories, of ...