Address: Saint George St. 9, Jerusalem, 97200, Israel | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Saint George St. 9, Jerusalem, is near Kikar Kedumim, Independence Hall Museum, White City, and Ilana Goor Residence and Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Jerusalem

Leisurely Day

A travel blog entry by johncarol on May 13, 2015


... was supposedly crucified. I haven't seen them yet. John and I went for a walk, and had some waffles and ice-cream. The best thing I have had for a week!!!! Ha ha We are going to go to the light show tonight on David's Wall. Then in the morning we get a taxi over to collect our rental car. Pray for John as ...

We have arrived!

A travel blog entry by topher1948 on Apr 17, 2015

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The flight to Tel Aviv was boring and crowded, but not too long. We arrived at the end of a sandstorm off the desert, so the air was dusty to say the least. We checked into the Little House in the Colony hotel in the German Colony, a trendier part of Jerusalem. It is a wonderful place within walking distance of many sites to visit and shop. We arrived at 5:00 am but by the time we drove up to Jerusalem and got settled, it was 8:00 am and time for breakfast. Then ...

Day Four Robin

A travel blog entry by weinerbezark on Mar 16, 2015

Four - Monday I felt a little trepidation as we approached Yad Vashem, about to do something that is very important but I know is going to be painful. Unlike the Israel museum, Yad Vashem was packed with groups of tourists with their guides. Although I did not learn much new, I was struck with the power of what I already knew; the anti- semitic propaganda, even in games, railway tickets and coffee mugs, ...

Dr Stangelove: How I Learned to Love The Psalm

A travel blog entry by jameswhite0123 on Feb 16, 2015

... under the Cold War between the rivaling superpowers. The point I'm making is that Jerusalem is really the hotspot for anything that happens around the country that reflects and concentrates general feeling. As the centre of the Abrahamic religions, competing for overlapping interests, life here is like living under The Bomb. In this case I don't necessarily mean a literal bomb but a metaphoical one. And yet, at the same time, you don't see conflict ...


A travel blog entry by shazlking on Feb 13, 2015

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... God was behind it all, and now that I've been there, I can never forget the miracle of it all.

For a while the water came nearly up to my hips and my jeans were soaked, but most of the time it was only about knee high. We came out at what is left of the Pool of Siloam. It was rediscovered in 2004 when some sewer works in the area uncovered the rocks, which was quickly picked up by an archeologist working nearby. The steps to the pool ...