Mount Scopus Hotel
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... guard giving cheek as he checked our bags and passports. Another few minutes was taken as Emma and I had to put our jackets on, and Ron had to buy a scarf thing to wear to cover his lower legs. Of course how I had tied it wasn't satisfactory, so the man had to untie it and tie it again. We had time to take a few photos, then were told to leave. Still we were lucky to get in, and lucky to have had such a beautiful day.
... West Bank. This area continues to grow at the whim and claims of the Israeli military command. Even Israeli human rights organizations, like B’Tselem, decry the expanding land grab by the Israeli government. Hundreds of cases have been documented where land owned by Palestinians has been confiscated by the Israeli government; The Palestinian farmers having no real recourse but to concede and watch Jewish settlements be constructed on land ...
... had signs on them indicating that they were something important. One was an old Children's hospital, one was something Russian, and one was Ethiopian. There was a small tour group that was stopping at each as the guide explained about them, but it was not in one of the languages I understand, so I didn't stay to listen.
Finally, it started to drizzle a bit and I was by the hostel, so I went it and collapsed onto one of the couches. I ...
... a doctor late this morning and got some medicine and I hope he feels
better tomorrow. I know that being sick in a foreign country is not fun
at all. My brother-in-law showed up this morning and he was sick as
well. I hope that everyone is feeling better in the morning, we have
another big touring day tomorrow, mostly in the old city of ...
... we were there. Another place where for sure Jesus went and walked by. We walked the way up to Mount Zion, had the -apparently mandatory- ice creams at the shop and drove to the Holocaust Museum. Jerusalem it's beautiful. The architecture is mainly limestone. I find the city a little dirty compared to Canada. It's more like a Venezuelan place, where you see trash and plastics here and there. Since I'm here I noticed how my view ...