Leonardo Boutique Hotel Tel Aviv
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- Minbar in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... were disappointed with Jerusalem due to the lack of feel for historical aspects and had no wish to visit it again. As for Bethlehem we were pleased to get out of there.
With the convergence of all those holiest places, varied religions and sects, extensive building on the West Bank, entrenched beliefs and cultures, we would seriously doubt that there could ever be a peaceful solution.
Another interesting but long day of sightseeing. ...
There are security forces everywhere as you'd expect, on the way into town I saw these national service crowd heading off to Maccas with automatic rifles in tow....
Then while waiting at the Dung Gate for the gang, I took this, got caught taking it, but rather than "what are you doing" I got "no, please take one without my hat!"
... here have no respect. The Israeli's have a name for people like this, they're called Arsim. Arsim, (plural) or an Ars, is basically the equivalent of a guido in the U.S. People who roam the country blasting their music and being disrespectful ******** to everyone around them. An Israeli friend told me that people start becoming Arsim at a very early age. The result of parents not being around and letting their kids get away with ...
... and therefore it is physically higher than the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and more visible.
There are many stories told about Omar’s acceptance of the Byzantine surrender at the end of the bloodless siege of Jerusalem, including a lovely one in which he went to see the Church, but then insisted on going outside before praying. He was asked why, and said that if had prayed inside someone would have insisted on changing it to a Moslem holy site. ...
... Kiriath Ya'arim on the way to Abu Ghosh/Ghaush. On the way, we swung by the Elvis Inn where Bill proceeded to lecture while imitating the statue for a couple minutes. As we walked past various restaurants and grocery stores, he pointed out his various and sundry recommendations. Between the 32 of us, cameras were out constantly. We also stopped at the Notre Dame de l`Arche d`Alliance (Our Lady of the Ark of the Covenant) church and sang ...