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... for ourselves to wear as we explored the rest of the Old City. Although we obviously don't wear kipahs at home it actually felt pretty natural.
We wound up picking matching kipah by chance and did wear them the rest of the day along with these red strings the vendor tied around our right wrists and said a prayer including our Hebrew names to ward off evil for us. And I guess it worked and we definitely looked the part of a local ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMamilla Hotel Jerusalem
$550+ / night for tiny room and rock hard bed. One chair. Had to sit on bed which was so low it was difficult for me to rise. Dirty bathroom with mold...and we know what mold looks like. Cockroach on bathroom wall. Dark halls. Fire exits located behind panels that appeared to be solid walls. Stench in halls and elevator that got worse as elevator approached lobby. This was worst "expensive" hotel we've ever stayed in.
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