Mount Scopus Hotel
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... masterfully done. The way that we found out
about the light show was even more amazing.
I was looking on facebook a couple of days ago and noticed my friend,
Chris Daniels, was in Jerusalem celebrating his son’s Bar Mitzvah
today! We had talked about the timing about 6-8 months ago and then
about a month ago, but I totally forgot about it until I saw a post with
a picture of Chris and his wife by the Western Wall. We have spent the
past 2 ...
... Peace Accord of 1967. Jericho is both the oldest known walled city and the lowest city on earth,destroyed by Joshua,it remained in ruins for most of the Old Testament.Here we were taken to a shop to buy dates ,across from the shop on "the mountain of the forty" is a monastery dedicated to the Temptation of Jesus. ( Jesus tempted near here - exact location unknown- Mt.4:1-11)Arabs here were friendly as they wanted you to ...
... day of rest people must refrain from any work activities and rigours of daily life and simply enjoy the day. It offers an opportunity to reflect, rest, and spend quality time with ones family. Typically, shabbat is ushered in by the eldest male of the household lighting candles and reciting a blessing. This is followed by washing of the hands, blessing with all the family members while maintaining silence and then breaking of the bread (challah) and sharing the wine before settling ...
The tram ride from the ultra modern new city of jerusalem (where the bus drops you off at) to the walls of the old city felt like a journey through time. Perhaps it's the dramatic lighting, but I immediately felt like I was some place special. The old city felt like the medinas of morocco, except that night I noticed every non-Arab looking person had a gun! Later I'd see Orthodox Jews running around black suits. They were unarmed except for their side burn pigtails ...
... amp; saw the Iron Dome in action. I caught a picture of it. Lorrie & Howard’s special moment started off with fireworks, one could say!
The wedding was lovely. I was so honored to share this mitzvah with them. Afterwards, we celebrated with an awesome dinner before returning to our hotel. Mazel tov to Mr. & Mrs. Tishler! ...