Lusky Hotel Rooms & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t holding our breath waiting for the wish to come true. He found that it isn't terribly easy to find a crack in the wall which isn't already rammed tightly with scraps of paper, but eventually he managed to find a spot. Being the Sabbath, the place was particularly busy with devout Jews praying at the wall. What we hadn't realised is that the length of wall which is out in the open, and which is famous from so many photographs and documentaries, ...
... people in front of us who couldn't figure out why their room wasn't in the system. At this point it was after 3 and we were really getting tired. But the man at the front desk was nice so that helped. We got to the room, noticed all of the pieces of food on the floor and a glob of hair on the bathroom counter but the sheets were clean, and we just needed to sleep for a few hours before leaving Tel Aviv. Thank goodness this was a short ...
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... Bar Mitzvah boy next to me with the hole in his jeans and his lonely father. And I sort of teared up.
Then after a huge lunch at a tiny Arabic restaurant near the Damascus Gate we were done with Fellini Jerusalem and ready to go to Abu Ghosh. We walked back to the YMCA, next to which was the Eldan Rental Car facility. But before going on to Eldan, we took a trip down Memory Lane, strolling through the Y and posed for Yimka photos. This Yimka, by ...
... non-profit called Save a Child’s heart and asked his team of doctors and nurses to volunteer their time. Since 1996 they have traveled on “heart” missions all over the world and have brought back 1500 kids from 48 countries and another 1500 Palestinian kids for free of charge life-saving surgery. We visit the pre-op and post-op hospital wards and the beautiful, new children’s home where 60 kids, parents and visiting medical staff live while they ...