National Hotel Jerusalem
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After leaving the Dome of the Rock. We went down to the Wailing Wall, ladies one side and men the other. Emma and I had to wear a sort of silk cardi thing.
... previously theirs. What frequently happens is a portion of land is deemed a security interest, so a farmer’s olive fields are confiscated at a whim, thus destroying his livelihood with little explanation or remedy.
Land and its control! I cannot help but think of colonialism – perhaps the British confiscation of land in Kenya. The people who lost their land called themselves the “land and freedom Fighters,”but the ...
... quite ready to leave yet, after all, I still hadn't been to the Israel Museum. However, I also wasn't fully over the fever I had this week, had hiked over 12 hours in the past 2 days, my feet hurt, I needed a nap, and I didn't want to get back north too late. I decided that the smart thing to do would be to catch some sheiruts back instead of keeping going, and for once, didn't immediately reject the smart thing to do, but instead actually did it.
... are eating out. When we travel as a family we are
going to have to eat at the apartments we are staying in or I will
return weighing 300 lbs.
Our first stop this morning was Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum in
Jerusalem. It was a very large museum with so many movies to watch and
... have changed since I live in Canada. The Holocaust museum. Sigh. I don't even know where to start to describe how I felt there. It's weird to say that it's such a beautiful place for what it represents. But it's actually so beautiful. They don't allow pictures inside of the memorials so I respected that. The children's memorial breaks your heart as soon as you enter and see a few pictures of Jews kids. You keep going and ...